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North Carolina deputies found two teenagers shot to death over the weekend, now the office releases calls related to the incident

Orange County, North Carolina – The sheriff’s office in North Carolina has released 911 calls relating to the weekend shooting deaths of two adolescents. Two days after a juvenile petition was filed against a 17-year-old suspect for two charges of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of 18-year-old Devin Clark and 14-year-old Lyric Woods, the calls were made public.

According to recordings obtained to CBS station WNCN-TV by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the caller claimed on Sunday afternoon, “We really located two deceased bodies.” “There is an entrance at the end of the power company road. They are only lying on the roadside.”

The station stated that a homicide investigation was launched after the remains of Woods and Clark were discovered by ATV riders in western Orange County on Sunday afternoon.

The callers led authorities to the location where the victims were discovered about 3 p.m. The station reported on Sunday.

“We were on a four-wheeler and putting out corn for deer when we discovered them. So, we returned home, I informed my father of the situation, and he demonstrated how to proceed “the caller reported. “We will drive back there to meet the police officers and show them where they are hiding.”

Sheriff Charles Blackwood of Orange County has not disclosed the identity of the suspect, who remains at large.

Blackwood stated, “We will not rest until he is in our possession in Orange County.” “Until then, we have our heads down and are working toward this goal.”

According to WNCN-TV, Woods and Clark were reported missing over the weekend and were discovered dead outside Hillsborough on Sunday afternoon.

Lyric Woods is seen in a photo provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
Lyric Woods is seen in a photo provided by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

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