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Greene County Triple Murder Investigation: Coroners Report Released

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Police are on the hunt for a robbery suspect who investigators say may be linked to a triple homicide in Greene County. As the search continues, we are learning details about the man wanted for the crimes, the murder victims, and how they died.

A medical examiner's report released Thursday details the gunshot wounds. Brian Daniels was killed by a shot in the torso. Dustin Knighton died from a single shot to the head. Lisa Hwang, the only woman killed in this crime, was shot multiple times in the head.

Twenty-six-year-old Hwang worked until last month at the University of Virginia JAG School, where she supervised the post exchange. Hwang's northern Albemarle family declined an interview, asking people to respect their privacy. Her Facebook profile page shows a friendship with victim Brian Daniels. Yet another reminder of this unsolved murder mystery and a suspect still at large.

A man wanted for a home invasion may be linked to the murders.  Taybronne Altereik White is currently wanted on 2 felony warrants for armed burglary and malicious wounding, stemming from a home invasion and attempted robbery overnight Tuesday on Ford Avenue in Stanardsville.  Police have previously said they believe there is a connection between the murders, the home invasion and a bullet-ridden, blood-stained car found in Albemarle County off of Rio Road. Click here for more on Taybronne White.

White is considered armed and dangerous. If you see him call the Greene County Sheriff's Office or the CrimeStoppers hotline at 434-989-2110.

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