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UPDATE: Pulaski County deputies looking for two men believed to be connected to shooting

UPDATE 1/16: The two victims that died have been identified as Johnathan D. Graham, 24, of Crocker and Sherry R. Gann, 53, of Dixon.

The injured victims have been identified as Cassandra M. Gann, 28, of Crocker and David L. Reeves, 49, of Dixon.

UPDATE 1/12: On Friday, Pulaski County deputies announced they are looking for two men believed to be connected to the shooting.

Officers are looking for Richard Taylor, 43, and Jamel Holt, 34, who are suspected to be out of the Pulaski County area.

Taylor has been charged with two counts of murder, two counts of assault and four counts of armed criminal action. He also has a warrant issued for his arrest and is considered armed and dangerous.

Taylor is currently on probation for federal drug charges and has a prior conviction of murder out of Illinois in 1990.

Holt is considered a person of interest and deputies said they want to talk to him about the incident.

Deputies said the shooting is believed to be a targeted event and do not believe the public is in danger.

Officers also said the shooting is believed to be drug related.

Deputies said the four victims were two men and two women. One man and one woman were found dead on scene.

Officers said they would not be releasing the names of the victims at this time.

Deputies ask anyone with information about the shooting to contact the sheriff’s department.

ORIGINAL STORY: Detectives say two are dead and two are injured after a shooting in Pulaski County Thursday evening, according to KSPR.

Detectives are looking for the gunman.

All four people were in the same car when the gunman shot into the vehicle multiple times just off of I-44 in St. Robert. The Lake Area Major Case Squad is assisting investigators.

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