DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — Police have identified the man killed at a Dekalb County gas station and released information on three men they believe shot him. However, they still do not know a motive. 

Jesse Turner III, 68, was killed on Oct. 7 at a BP gas station off Panthersville Road in DeKalb County. 

Three suspects, Charlie Geddis, 22, Tyler Anderson, 23, and Antonio Crowley, 21, were driving a stolen red Nissan Altima, police said. 

They later found the vehicle burning about 2 miles away from the scene. It was originally reported stolen in August. 

Chevy Tahoe
Police said the suspects likely fled in this vehicle.
DeKalb Police Department

Police said they believe the suspects left in a red or burgundy Chevy Tahoe after burning the Nissan. The Tahoe has aftermarket rims on it. It is registered to Geddis.

All three are wanted on murder warrants, police said. They are not sure who actually shot Turner. The investigation is ongoing. 

Panthersville murder suspects
Tyler Anderson, from left, Charlie Geddis, Antonio Crowley
DeKalb Police

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