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Two men wanted in weekend Moultrie shooting

MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Moultrie Police are searching for two suspects in a shooting that critically injured a man Saturday afternoon.

Investigators sent us these mugshots of the men they're looking for, Monday night.

19-year old Darren Huntley and 22-year old Dominique Presley are charged with aggravated assault.

They think Huntley may have cut his dredlocks, but notice he has a tattoo of a cross under his right eye.

They're accused of shooting 26-year old Brenton Miller during a suspected drug deal in the parking lot of Forest Creek Apartments.

Miller remains hospitalized in critical condition.

Anyone with any information should call Moultrie Police at 873-3138 or 616-7470.

 

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