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Marshals searching for suspects in Youngstown murder

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

U.S. Marshals say they are looking for two men believed to be involved in a shooting that left one man dead outside an apartment complex. 

Marshals issued an alert Wednesday that 22-year-old Lorice Moore and 23-year-old Brian Donlow, Jr. were wanted on warrants out of Trumbull County, as well as questioning for their possible involvement in a homicide. 

Investigators say the two are wanted in connection with the death of 30-year-old Brandon Wylie. 

Youngstown Police released surveillance video of the shooting late last month. 

Police believe the two suspects are walking alongside the victim, 30-year-old Brandon Wylie before he was allegedly shot several times and left in a grassy area.

A 21 News crew spotted 15 evidence markers next to shell casings at the scene of the homicide.

Sources said Wylie is from Stewart Avenue in Youngstown and is a former Army veteran.

At this point, detectives aren't saying what the possible motive is in this case.

Marshals say Moore and Donlow should both be considered armed and dangerous. 

Moore is wanted for a warrant out of Liberty Township for charges of for obstruction of justice and failure to comply the signal or order of a police officer. 

Donlow Jr allegedly has a warrant out for his arrest for charges of assault out of Warren City. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact the U.S. Marshals Tipline by calling 1-866-4WANTED, or by texting keyword "WANTED" and tip to TIP411 (847411).

Marshals say tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money may be available. 

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