Indiana State Police look for two men in Greene Co. murder

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NEWARK, Ind. (July 20, 2014) — Indiana State Police are asking for the public’s help in finding two men wanted for questioning in connection with a murder in Greene County.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Department got the 911 call Friday afternoon, reporting that 54-year-old David Lamm, of Solsberry, had been murdered.

ISP Detectives found Lamm’s body at his home. His family has been notified.

Now detectives need the public’s help finding two persons of interest, 35-year-old Jason Lee Caldwell and 41-year-old Kevin V. Caldwell. Jason is believed to be driving the victim’s white 2008 Jeep Commander, with Indiana truck plate TK121LXK.

Both men are also wanted on a warrant out of Green County on unrelated charges. They are considered armed and dangerous. If you see them or know where they may be, call 911.