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Sampson County deputies investigating shooting death

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MAGNOLIA, N.C. -

Sampson County deputies are looking for a 45-year-old man in the shooting death of Margarito Perez-Lopez in Magnolia, N.C. Saturday.

The suspect is identified as Noe Garcia Luna of Mertina Road in Magnolia.  Deputies say he also goes by the name of Noe Garcia.

Luna is accused of shooting Perez-Lopez after an argument at 33 Garcia Family Lane.

He was last seen driving toward Duplin County in a tan or beige sport utility vehicle, possibly a Jeep Cherokee.

He's described as 5'6" and weighs 190-200 pounds. Witnesses told deputies he sometimes goes by the name of Noe Gonzales.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Sampson County Sheriff's Office.

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