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Police seek men for murder questioning

Atilano Amador-Cordova, who primarily goes by the name Margaro Amador, is wanted for questioning about the early Sunday morning murder in Huntsville. The police believe the photo on the left is of him and the truck involved in the shooting. The other person of interest is Zesar Torres, who now has his mohawk dyed blonde, according to police.

BY ANNA DURRETT / REPORTER

Huntsville police are looking for two people of interest for questioning in relation to a murder early Monday morning that stemmed from an argument outside Labomba night club at 3706 Governors Drive.

One person of interest is Atilano Amador-Cordova, who primarily goes by the name Margaro Amador, according to police. The other person of interest is Zesar Torres, who now has his mohawk dyed blonde, according to police.

There are no warrants issued at this time, and the police said the two men are only wanted for questioning.

Anyone with knowledge of their whereabouts can contact the police at 256-722-7100.

According to police, witnesses said the argument was about a woman. Witnesses said they were followed from the club and the offender or offenders tried to run them off the road. Shots were fired and hit the victim, who was pronounced dead at 6th Avenue and 4th Street.

The name of the victim has not yet been released. The next of kin live in New Mexico, and police are having “some logistical hurdles.”

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