Police looking for 2 men after deadly November light rail shooting

PHOENIX - Two people are being sought after officials believe they may have information regarding the death of two men during a shooting at a light rail station. 

According to the Phoenix Police Department, Cory Harrell,37, and Raymond Woolfolk, 46, were shot and killed on November 27 around 8:40 p.m. 

Police say both men were standing on the light rail platform when a third man approached them. 

Police believe there was an argument and struggle between all three men. It's believed the man who approached the two men pointed a gun and shot them. They later passed away at a hospital. 

Police believe two men, the first described as a Hispanic male who was wearing a Dallas Cowboys jacket and the second described as a Hispanic male wearing a gray hoodie and on a white bicycle, may have information about the shooting. They are being sought by investigators. 

Anyone with information about the two men or about the shooting are asked to contact Silent Witness at (480) WITNESS or (480) TESTIGO. Callers can remain anonymous. A $1,000 reward is being offered in connection to the case. 

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