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Potter County Sheriff's Office releases mug shots of two men arrested for murder in Hooser homicide

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The mug shots of the two men, who have been arrested in connection to the homicide of Lance Hooser have been released by the Potter County Sheriff's Office.

Ricky Don Burns, 25, was arrested by SWAT officers, COPPS officers and Special Crimes investigators on Friday August 16 for the murder of Hooser. 

Terry Daniel Young, 52, was also arrested on a murder warrant when police found him driving the suspect vehicle, Saturday, August 17th.

Police say both men are suspects in the crime that left Hooser dead with his hands and feet bound with tape, and a gun shot wound to his upper body, near 3rd and Bryan Streets in Amarillo. 

A total of five men, including Burns and Young, have been arrested and booked into Potter County Jail. 

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