The Latest on a 20-year-old man accused in the deaths of two teenagers whose bodies were found behind a grocery store near Atlanta. (all times local):

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4:30 p.m.

Police say a 20-year-old man has been arrested on a murder charge as officers investigate the gunshot deaths of two teenagers whose bodies were found behind a grocery store near Atlanta.

Roswell police chief Rusty Grant said Jeffrey A. Hazelwood was arrested Wednesday in the deaths of 17-year-olds Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis on Aug. 1.

Det. Zachary Frommer says a delivery driver spotted the bodies of Henderson and Davis on the ground behind a Publix store. The Fulton County medical examiner said both were killed by bullets to the head.

Grant says police are unsure of the motive, but they believe Hazelwood acted alone. He's being held at the Roswell Detention Center pending transfer to the Fulton County Jail.

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11:08 a.m.

Police in an Atlanta suburb say they're searching a house as they investigate the gunshot deaths of two teenagers whose bodies were found behind a grocery store.

Roswell police Det. Zachary Frommer said detectives were executing a search warrant Wednesday morning at the home in nearby Cobb County, a few miles from the Publix store where the boy and girl were found before dawn Monday.

Police have said the bodies of 17-year-olds Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis were found by a delivery driver on the ground by two vehicles. The Fulton County medical examiner said both teens were killed with a single gunshot wound to the head.

Frommer said information received in the investigation led detectives to the house, where they were searching for evidence in the killings. He declined to be more specific.