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Savannah Double Murder Suspect On the Run

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David Daniels, Jr is wanted for two murders back in July David Daniels, Jr is wanted for two murders back in July
SAVANNAH, GA -

David Randy Daniels Jr is a wanted man. investigators say he is responsible for not one, but two murders.

Those killings happened back in July, on 39th street.

"David Daniels was in a vehicle, He pulled up to the scene where the shooting occurred. Shot from the vehicle and fled the area in that vehicle," explained Detective Christopher Ross of the Savannah-Chatham Police Department. "2 individuals, Dominique Bright and Syheem Spaulding were killed in that incident. A 3rd victim was shot in the leg. Shana Harris, also a juvenile."

Since that day, Savannah-Chatham Metro Police say David Daniels has been nowhere to be found.

"He's considered armed and dangerous at this point," said Detective Ross. "Its very important to get him off the street. He killed two individuals, a juvenile and shot a 2nd juvenile and an adult in the middle of the street."

David Daniels, Junior is 5' 10" 220 pounds, and may have longer hair than in his mugshot.

He could be in East Savannah, or possibly Atlanta, Miami or several other cities along the Eastern Seaboard.
 
"I can't solve these crimes by myself if these individuals are on the run," said Detective Ross. "I can't track them down and follow them every second of the day. If individuals outside of law enforcement can see him, identify him, or even see someone who looks like him."

If you can help find David Daniels, Jr, call Savannah-Chatham Metro Police or Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020.

Remember, if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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