UPDATE: Two more suspects named in Clark County homicide

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WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) – State Police named two additional suspects in connection to a shooting death in Clark County.  Investigators say they’re looking for 47-year old Kirk A. Garrett and 35-year old Christopher W. Coleman, both of Richmond, in connection to the shooting death of Roy E. Combs of Richmond.  Investigators say the two suspects may be driving a 2002 black Toyota pickup truck.

46-year old Don E. Attaway of Richmond was arrested earlier in the day and charged with murder in the case, according to State Police.  Investigators say they were called just before 12:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, in reference to a fight off of Athens-Boonesboro Road in Clark County.

State Police say upon arrival, Troopers found 25-year old Roy E. Combs of Richmond dead from a gunshot wound.  Combs’ family says today was Roy’s birthday.  Family and friends held a vigil Wednesday afternoon in Richmond, which included the singing of ‘Happy Birthday’ and the release of balloons in Combs’ honor.

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State Police ask anyone with information in the case to call 859-623-2404 or 1-800-222-5555. 

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