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Person of interest sought in deaths of 9-year-old twins, caregiver

Deandra Marquis Lee. Source: ABI Deandra Marquis Lee. Source: ABI
Jack Girdner (l) and Taylor and Jordan Dejerinett. Source: WSFA Jack Girdner (l) and Taylor and Jordan Dejerinett. Source: WSFA
MONTGOMERY, AL (WBRC) -

The ABI has confirmed that a Hope Hull man and a pair of Montgomery twins were found dead Tuesday near Alabama Highway 21 in Hayneville.

Jack Mac Girdner, 73, and 9-year-old twins Jordan and Taylor Dejerinett disappeared June 3 and a missing child alert was issued Monday, June 4 for the twins.

ABI agents have a person of interest in the case. They are looking for Deandra Marquis Lee, a 22-year-old black male. He is 5' 6" tall and 175 pounds. His last known address is 3971 Thomas Ave., Montgomery.

The ABI says that Lee is out on bond from Dallas County for possession of a firearm with an altered serial number, obstruction of justice, resisting arrest, and violation of license to carry a pistol.

ABI say Lee is considered armed and dangerous and urge anyone who might see him to call their local law enforcement immediately.

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