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Two sought in Fayetteville shooting, home invasion

Posted January 18, 2015

Two men were identified by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office as suspects in a Thursday shooting and home invasion, the department said Sunday. Jamal Robinson, 20, of 265 Snow Hill Road in Fayetteville, and Malcolm Moore, 24, of 1923 Ireland Drive in Fayetteville, are wanted for attempted murder and other charges related to the home invasion, deputies said.
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— Two men were identified by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office as suspects in a Thursday shooting and home invasion, the department said Sunday.

Jamal Robinson, 20, of 265 Snow Hill Road in Fayetteville, and Malcolm Moore, 24, of 1923 Ireland Drive in Fayetteville, are wanted for attempted murder and other charges related to the home invasion, deputies said.

Both men are sought for firing several shots into a home on the 400 block of St. George Drive in Fayetteville. John McKoy, 35, was inside the home and was shot. Investigators said McKoy was targeted by Robinson and Moore, but didn’t say why.

Anyone with information regarding Robinson and Moore’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office at (910) 323-1500.

“Do not approach Moore and Robinson as they are considered armed and dangerous,” the department said in a statement.

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