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Men wanted for deadly club shooting

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Chauncey Cartier Lampkin and David Davion Burroughs (PHOTO: Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office)

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – Investigators are looking for two men in connection with a deadly shooting at a Virginia nightclub.

Police released photos of Chauncey Cartier Lampkin, 27 of Spotsylvania, and David Davion Burroughs, 25 of Stafford, with the hopes someone would provide information on their whereabouts.

The Sheriff’s Office called Lampkin and Burroughs dangerous and encouraged anyone who sees them to call 911.

Investigators said the men were part of a larger group that got into a fight inside Q-ball café early Sunday morning in Spotsylvania County. The men were kicked out of the club by security, according to investigators.

Shortly after the fight, investigators said the men drove back and fired “several shots” at the club. One of the bullets hit and killed club security guard Marcellus Greene.

Police already arrested one man, Lavon Chew of Spotsylvania, on several felony charges related to the shooting.

You can call in a tip to investigators by calling 1-800-928-5822 or 1-540-582-5822.