WICHITA, Kansas -- Wichita police are still searching for clues to why a suspect shot two men to death Friday at a northeast Wichita Dollar General.
The victims inside were 22-year-old Zachary Hunt and 79-year-old Henry Harvey, and police say 19-year-old Marquis Marshall is facing two counts first degree murder.
On Sunday, police arrested Marshall during a traffic stop at 2nd and Erie.
At this point in their investigation, police cannot release how they were able to connect Marshall to the murders.
They do say there was surveillance video in the store when those two people were shot.
Police say each multiple times.
After the shooting, police released Marshall's photo to the public asking for help to track him down.
Detectives aren't looking for any other suspects in the case, but say Marshall has not been cooperative during the interview process.
"We don't know what transpired as far as confrontation between the clerk and the customer that was there and Mr. Marshall. There are only three witnesses to that incident, and two of those individuals are deceased at this time," said Lt. Scott Heimerman, Wichita Police Department.
Lt. Heimerman said they have not found anything missing from the store and won't confirm how many shots were fired but said both victims were shot several times.
Marshall has not been formally charged, and the case hasn't been presented to the district attorney.
Right now, Marshall is in the Sedgwick County Jail on a million dollar bond.