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Central Texas Police Search For Suspect After 2 Found Dead

TEMPLE (AP) — Police in Central Texas are searching for a 47-year-old man identified as a suspect in the deaths of two men at an auto parts store.

Temple police said Thursday that Theodore Dwayne Sims is considered armed and dangerous and is driving a 2004 Nissan four-door sedan.

Police identified Theodore Dwayne Sims, 47, as a suspect in a double homicide that occurred Wednesday night in Temple. (photo credit: Temple Police Department)

Authorities say police were called to O'Reilly Auto Parts late Wednesday where the bodies of the two men were found. Police spokeswoman Ellen Morton declined to say how the men died or whether they worked at the store.

Police have described the investigation as a double homicide.

Morton says Sims is also a suspect in an aggravated assault that occurred Wednesday at a NAPA Auto Parts store in nearby Belton.

Authorities did not release any other details Thursday.

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