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Moultrie murder victim identified

Moultrie shooting leaves one dead and three more injured Moultrie shooting leaves one dead and three more injured
Police responded to 2nd St. NW after a late night shooting Police responded to 2nd St. NW after a late night shooting
COLQUITT CO., GA (WALB) -

Moultrie Police are still working to get more facts and evidence after a fatal shooting on 2nd Street, Northwest.  

The Colquitt County Coroner has confirmed that 50-year-old James Key died on the scene.

Three others suffered gun shot wounds and were taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for treatment of their injuries.

Key, a woman, and two men were talking outside a home at 224 2nd Street, Northwest around 10:00 Sunday night when a gunman or gunmen opened fire on them.

Police say that multiple shots were fired, but they have no suspects, and no motive yet. The GBI is assisting with the case. 

 

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