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Police Asking for Help Locating Two Attempted Murder Suspects

The suspects left in a dirty red or maroon 1990’s sports coupe with a partial license plate of either 757 or 755.

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(EUGENE, Ore. ) - The Lane County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who are wanted on Attempted Murder, First Degree Robbery, First Degree Burglary, Unlawful Use of a Firearm, and Menacing after an incident yesterday afternoon on Barker Rd in Eugene.

At approximately 3:32 PM, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office received a call from 64-year-old James Mahoney advising he returned to his house after working in his pasture and found two males armed with handguns in his house.

A round was discharged from one of the firearms as the two males fled the residence.

The suspects left in a dirty red or maroon 1990’s sports coupe with a partial license plate of either 757 or 755.

No one was injured during the incident.

One of the suspects was described as male with a medium complexion, mid 20’s, 5’10, medium build. Wearing tan long sleeve shirt and tan pants.

The investigation is on-going and Detectives from the Lane County Sheriff’s Office are handling the case.

Anyone with information should call the Lane County Sheriff’s Office tip-line at (541) 682-4167




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