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November 4, 2013
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Douglas County sheriff releases sketch of suspect in Winchester double homicide

A composite sketch of the man suspected of killing two people Oct. 22 in Winchester has been released by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies described the suspect as an approximately 40-year-old Hispanic man who stands 6 feet tall. He reportedly has a thick Hispanic accent, as well as short hair and stubbly facial hair. He was wearing a black or dark-colored hooded sweatshirt during the shooting, deputies said.

Brittney Langford and her father, Michael Tellone, were fatally shot around 9:30 p.m. outside a trailer Langford shared with her husband, Chris Langford, in the 5700 block of Northeast Stephens Street in Winchester.

Chris Langford was injured in the shooting.

Deputies have not commented on what motivated the shooting, but said they believe the shooter had left the area by the day after the shooting. The Douglas County Major Crimes Team is investigating the double homicide.

Brittney Langford graduated from Roseburg High School in 2007. She attended Roseburg Beauty College and had worked at Hair Studio 28 in Sutherlin for nearly five years.

Michael Tellone was a mechanic in Eugene who graduated from Sutherlin High School in 1984.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the sheriff’s office tip line at 541-957-2099.

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