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Photo provided by Lafayette Police -- Lafayette Police have identified this vehicle as being connected to the Jan. 12 homicides in Lafayette and Broussard.

Lafayette Police have identified a suspect vehicle connected to the Jan. 12 homicides in Lafayette and Broussard, according to a Lafayette Police news release.

The white Dodge Caliber was captured on surveillance being followed by a vehicle belonging to a Lafayette man whose body was later discovered in the 200 block of Belleau Street in Lafayette. 

The body of Justin Zeno, 27, was discovered inside a burning vehicle, with a gunshot wound.

Surveillance shows Zeno following the Dodge Caliber, and a passenger running out of the Dodge Caliber to Zeno’s vehicle and then back to the Dodge Caliber, according to police. A minute later, a passenger in Zeno’s car runs to and enters the Dodge Caliber.

Zeno was discovered about 1 a.m. Jan. 12, and less than 12 hours later Broussard Police discovered 23-year-old Skyler Barry, of Lake Charles, underneath a house in the 100 block of Reno Drive, dead of a gunshot wound.

Lafayette and Broussard police say the killings are connected, but have not provided further details.

Anyone with information can call Crimestoppers at (337) 232-TIPS.

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