UPDATE: The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office says on Wednesday night, October 3rd, officers from DCSO and the Lake Area Major Case Squad arrested Jeffrey Dale Lee Stevenson in the Macks Creek area for the murders of Joe and Brandy Allen of Tunas, Mo. Stevenson is charged with two counts of murder in the second degree, armed criminal action, burglary in the second degree, and stealing. He is being held in the Dallas County jail with no bond.

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Authorities are still searching for Billy Sage Medley, a 22 year old white male. Medley is wanted for murder and is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should notify DCSO at 417-345-2441 or call 911.

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UPDATE: The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office says that on On Sunday, September 30th, deputies were dispatched to a home in Tunas, Mo. Officers found two homeowners deceased outside the residence. It appears that during the early morning hours of this same date, the homeowners interrupted an attempted robbery/invasion. The homeowners engaged in a gun battle with the intruders, resulting in the loss of their lives. DCSO is looking for the victim’s missing vehicle, a 2006 Silver Chevy Silverado single cab with dark grey/black fender flares. Missouri license plate 9YX 415. Please call the DCSO at 417-345-2441 if you see the vehicle or have knowledge of it’s whereabouts. DO NOT attempt to approach the vehicle as suspects are considered armed and dangerous, the agency warns.

DALLAS COUNTY, Missouri- Authorities in Dallas County are searching for a vehicle they believe is connected to a double homicide. It is described as a silver 2006 Chevy pickup truck with grey fender flares and Missouri license plate 9YX 415.

Investigators responded to the call around 9:52 Sunday morning where two bodied were located.

The sheriff has not indicated how the victims perished or the exact location of the incident.

If you have any information on this vehicle or the incident, you’re being asked to call 911 or the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office at 417 345-2441.

This is a developing story.