LAGRANGE, Ga. — A suspect wanted in connection with the kidnapping and death of a Greenville man is still at large.
Local law enforcement officials are searching for Daniel Lee Allen, who is a suspect in death of Dwayne Louder of Greenville.
Sgt. Chad Mann of the Troup County Sheriff's office said a Kimberly's Call was issued Tuesday for three suspects in Louder's homicide and two suspects turned themselves in. Mann said the Kimberly's Call is still in effect as police search for Daniel Lee Allen, who is known as Seven.
Mann said residents should call 911 if they see Allen, but should not try to stop him themselves.
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Louder was found dead in a car located near Knott and Smokey roads in rural Troup County on the morning of Jan. 3. Mann said Louder appeared to be the victim of a homicide and after further investigation appeared to fit the description of a Greenville kidnapping.
"Things have developed from that point on," Mann said, adding several law enforcement units have been involved in the case.
The two suspects to turn themselves in were: Kelly Lavar Stephens, who has been charged with kidnapping and murder, and Arthur Demartino Barrett, who is also charged with kidnapping and murder.
Mann said a LaGrange man was also taken into custody Jan. 8 in connection with Louder's death. Toray Dontez Porter, 23, was charged with felony murder and kidnapping.
Mann said additional details surrounding Louder's death are being withheld until Allen is apprehended.
Anyone with information about the crime or Allen's whereabouts can reach the Troup County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 883-1616 or the Troup County Crime Stoppers hot line at (706)812-1000. To view Allen's photo visit www.troupcountysheriff.org.