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Suspects identified in Weleetka killings

Weleetka_Investigators say three men are called suspects in the shooting deaths of 2 young Weleetka girls.  They testified before a multi-county grand jury on Wednesday.  The men are identified as Tony Kelough, Mike Gaddy and Dustyn Dailey.  The bullet-riddled bodies of Skyla Whitaker and Taylor Placker were found June 8th on the side of an Okfuskee County Road.

Police have been searching for their killers ever since.  Investigators are still not talking about a motive in the case.  At least one of the three suspects is behind bars in Okfuskee County.  Count on 7News to keep you updated on any new developments in the story.

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