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CrimeFort Worth man wanted in car fire murders

20:30  13 may  2019
20:30  13 may  2019 Source:   wfaa.com

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A Fort Worth man has been charged with murder after Navarro County sheriff's deputies found a Haltom City man shot to death Saturday The Cooke County Sheriff's Office is searching for 37-year-old Fort Worth man , Mandeep Singh, in relation to a car fire in Muenster that left two people dead.

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Fort Worth man wanted in car fire murders © Cooke County Sheriff's Office Mandeep Singh, 37

The Cooke County Sheriff's Office is searching for 37-year-old Fort Worth man, Mandeep Singh, in relation to a car fire in Muenster that left two people dead.

On Sunday, the Cooke County Sheriff's Office received a call that a car was on fire in the middle of the road. Upon arrival, the Muenster Volunteer Fire Department extinguished the flames and found two people dead in the back seat.

Sheriff's deputies, the Fire Marshall, Texas Rangers and others responded to the scene to conduct an investigation. They concluded the vehicle was set on fire intentionally.

The suspect has been identified as 37-year-old, Mandeep Singh from Fort Worth. Officials believe he likely fled on foot or was picked up in another vehicle.

Singh is considered to be armed and dangerous.

Police are asking if you have any information about the whereabouts of Singh, to call your local authorities.

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