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Police seek man, car linked to Fayetteville double homicide

Police asked for help from from the public in locating Tarae Lamont Mosby, 29, who also goes by "Ray Ray." Police are also looking for a silver Nissan Sentra with N.C. license plate ZXW-9420.

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Fayetteville police are looking for a man and a car linked to the deaths of two women Sunday morning.

Police found Karen Mosby, 47, and Betty Pettigrew, 69, at 6443 Brookshire Road around 10:30 a.m.

Police spokesman Dan Grubb would not say how the women died, but said the man police are looking for may be armed with a high-powered weapon.

Police asked for help from from the public in locating Tarae Lamont Mosby, 29, who also goes by "Ray Ray." Police are also looking for a car missing from the home – a silver Nissan Sentra with N.C. license plate ZXW-9420.

Grubb asked that anyone who sees the car or Tarae Mosby call 911.

 

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