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Two More Sought In Hancock County Murder

HANCOCK COUNTY, MS (WLOX) - Authorities are looking for two more suspects in the murder of a Hancock County man. 

The Hancock County Sheriff's department is looking for Marco Parker and Darvale Warren Chriss, both of New Orleans. Parker is wanted on a capital murder charge. Chriss is wanted for accessory to murder.

Investigators say the two are considered armed and dangerous, and believe they have connections to the Hancock County area.

They two men are wanted in connection with the shooting death of William Garcia, 60, who was found dead inside his cottage in Bayside Park September 22nd. Though investigators haven't revealed a motive in the shooting, Garcia's fiance says she believes robbery lead to Garcia's death. 

Three other men are already charged in the case.

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