Woman wanted after double shooting


Highlights

Tia Marie Dos Santos is wanted on murder and aggravated assault charges.

She is believed to be driving a 2008 silver Toyota Yaris with Georgia tag PJN6629.

Forest Park police are searching for a woman in connection with a double shooting that left a woman dead and a man seriously injured.

Officers responded about 10:54 p.m. Thursday to a shooting at a home on North Avenue and Puckett Street, Forest Park police Maj. Chris Matson said.

“Upon arrival officers located one male and one female suffering from apparent gunshot wounds,” he said.

Both victims were taken to local hospitals.

Claudette Noremia Duclos, 30, died after being shot at least once in the chest. The injured man, who was shot in the arm, has not been identified.

“Detectives have determined that the victims were shot as a result of a domestic-related incident,” Matson said.

Police have secured arrest warrants for Tia Marie Dos Santos, who is wanted on murder and aggravated assault charges.

Dos Santos, 23, is believed to be driving a 2008 silver Toyota Yaris with Georgia tag PJN6629.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. All callers can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward up to $2,000.


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