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Updated: 9:44 a.m. Sunday, June 24, 2012 | Posted: 9:43 a.m. Sunday, June 24, 2012
Police are trying to determine what led to a deadly shooting in the middle of a southwest Atlanta neighborhood.
Atlanta police said they were talking to witnesses and canvassing the neighborhood around Glenrose Circle to find leads in the case that left two men dead at about 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Police said 34-year-old Michael McDaniel, of South Carolina, is one of the men who died. They have not indentified the other victim.
"I feel very uncomfortable. This is too close," said a neighbor who did not want to be identified. "This is just a couple of doors down from where I live. That's a very uncomfortable feeling."
Investigators believe the victims knew each other and their killers. "I don't believe this was random," said Lt. Paul Guerrucci. "I believe they agreed to meet each other at this location and, obviously, something went really bad." Guerrucci said it appeared that both victims were shot multiple times and there appeared to be a "significant exchange of fire." There was a grey Mitsubishi at the center of the crime scene. Police said it belonged to one of the victims. Both were found near the car. "The victims, it would indicate, are from out of town but we're still trying to verify that," said Guerrucci. Police said the suspects left the scene on foot and are still at large. Police are still trying to determine a motive in the case, which is still under investigation.
Check back for updates.
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