North Fulton County

Man wanted in Roswell deaths of his parents found dead in his car, police say

HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — Police say the suspect in a double homicide in Roswell in early August has died.

Duane Hall, 30, was named as a suspect in the August 2 murders of his parents, Delroy Hall, 70, and Murline-Gregory Hall, 63.

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Detectives learned on Saturday that a Toyota Camry that was stolen from the scene of the murders was found in the woods near a reservoir off Indian Creek Rd. in Henry County. Duane Hall was in the driver’s seat of the car dead.

Police are waiting on the results of an autopsy to determine his official cause of death, but they do not suspect any suspicious activity and are not looking for any suspects at this time.

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The couple was found dead inside their home on Aug. 1.

Neighbors told Channel 2 Action News that Duane Hall did not live in the home with his parents, but was over there often.