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Man, Duane Hall, wanted for parents’ murders found dead

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Over the weekend, a man accused of killing his mother and father in Roswell was discovered dead in a wooded area of Henry County. Police said.

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On August 2, Delroy Hall, 70, and Murline Gregory-Hall, 63, were discovered dead in their Roswell home. Their car, a Toyota Camry, had been stolen as well.

Duane Hall, the couple’s 30-year-old son, was first recognized as a person of interest before being labeled a suspect in the killings. Arrest warrants for his murder had been issued.

The stolen vehicle was discovered in the woods near a reservoir off Indian Creek Road in Henry County on September 4, according to police.

Duane Hall was discovered dead in the driver’s seat, according to Roswell police.

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His death is being investigated, but there is no evidence of foul play, according to officials. Detectives said they are not presently looking for any other suspects.

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