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GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — Two people killed in a shooting Thursday night at Taco Bell in Guntersville have been identified, along with the shooter.

The victims, Elias Gaspar Escobar, 19, of Boaz, and an unnamed 17-year-old male juvenile, were identified by police on Friday afternoon.

The shooter was identified as Kevon Yenovi Williams, 23, of Grayson, Ga., and has been charged with the murder of two or more people with no bond.

According to Guntersville Police Chief Jim Peterson, the victims were declared dead at the scene with circumstances unknown at this time.

A third victim arrived at the Marshall Medical Center to be assessed, according to police.

Peterson stated that the shooter was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at Marshall Medical Center North.

Investigators say three vehicles, all believed to be somehow involved, are being processed: a dark Nissan sedan, a silver Dodge pickup truck, and a silver Mazda sedan.

At this time, Guntersville Police say all people and vehicles were accounted for, and they don’t believe anyone remains at large.