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JPD searching for answers in cold case shooting

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

On March 28, 2012, Precinct 2 officers responded to a shooting at 5049 Highway 80.

Officers discovered two victims deceased from gunshot wounds outside of the "Club Hall of Fame" in West Jackson.   

Several gunshots were heard just before the bodies were discovered. A white van with a maroon stripe down the side was seen leaving the area shortly after gunfire was heard.

32 year-old Anthony David and 33 year-old Kendrick Singleton were murdered in the parking lot of the Club Hall of Fame, formerly known as the Horseshoe Lounge.

Officer Colendula Green told WLBT News, "once officers came on the scene they found these subjects sitting inside a vehicle, one the driver, the other the passenger."

That vehicle was a white Corsica. 

Anyone with information on these cold case shootings is asked to call the Jackson Police Department at 601-960-1234.

 

RELATED: 2 men killed at Jackson nightclub identified

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