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Columbus police: Warrants issued for 3 men connected to 4th Avenue shooting

Luis Benjamin Reyes (source: Columbus Police Department) Luis Benjamin Reyes (source: Columbus Police Department)
Christopher Tavon Hill (source: Columbus Police Department) Christopher Tavon Hill (source: Columbus Police Department)
DeAngelo Amendez Walker (source: Columbus Police Department) DeAngelo Amendez Walker (source: Columbus Police Department)
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Columbus detectives say three men are wanted in connection with a shooting that happened Thursday afternoon around 12:30 p.m. on 4th Avenue, near 38th Street and River Road.

Police obtained warrants for the capture of Luis B. Reyes, 20, Dangelo A. Walker, 17, and Christopher T. Hill, 20. All three men are wanted on aggravated assault and reckless conduct charges.

Columbus police identified the victims Thursday as 17-year-old Vanessa Murana, her son 1-year-old Izaiah Murana, and 20-year-old Darius Johnson.  

Vanessa was shot in the hand, Isaiah was shot in the leg, and Darius was shot three times.

Police believe the shooting may have been retaliation for a robbery that happened about a week ago. 

Columbus Police surrounded an apartment home on 3rd Avenue at about 1 p.m. where a woman and man were taken in for questioning by police but later released.

If you have any information on the men's whereabouts please call police. The men are considered armed and dangerous.

We'll continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

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