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EDINBURG Sheriff’s investigators on Friday were still trying to identify at least four men who participated in the fatal shooting of two brothers and three other men near Weslaco late Wednesday night. Wednesday outside of a house on the 2400 block of Melissa Drive, north of Weslaco, where they found two men who killed by multiple gunshots Sheriff Eddie Guerra said Friday.
Guerra identified the two fatal victims as 34 year old Michael Zamorano and 21 year old David Zamorano, who had been at the house with several others for a fish fry when the gunfire erupted.
“The suspects were wearing tactical type gear, camouflage clothing and ski masks,
” Guerra said. “At the scene we recovered multiple shell casings from various calibers including .223, 7.62 x 36 and buckshot.”
The two calibers described by the sheriff are used in the sporting rifles commonly known as AR 15 and AK 47, while the buckshot is a term used to describe a type of shotgun shell.
The gunmen arrived at the residence in a maroon Cadillac with paper license plates and a red Ford Mustang without license plates.
“That same evening, we found a burned out vehicle matching the description of the maroon Cadillac about two miles north of the crime scene,” Guerra said. “We believe that to be the suspect vehicle.
“At this point we are not ready to single out the motive. We are looking at the various motives that could be behind this homicide,
” the sheriff said. Marshals Service are assisting the investigation.