NORWOOD (CBS) – Police have identified the two men wanted in connection with the murder of Shakim Lewis-Johnson in Norwood. Lewis-Johnson was shot multiple times on Sturtevant Avenue on Sunday.

Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey asked the public for help finding 27-year-old Ernest Payne of Cambridge and 25-year-old Anthony Loper-Feaster of Salem.

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Ernest Payne and Anthony Loper-Feaster wanted in Norwood murder (WBZ-TV)

The victim, police say, was leaving a friend’s house on Sturtevant Avenue Sunday afternoon. Neighbors described hearing five to six gunshots.

Police said Payne and Loper-Feaster drove away and now detectives are looking for them and their getaway car.

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They were believed to be traveling in a white 2014 Honda Accord with New Hampshire license plate 485 5328.

Shakim Lewis-Johnson (WBZ-TV)

Morrissey said they may be armed, and anyone who knows their location should call 911.

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The victim’s aunt told WBZ-TV they hope putting the suspects’ faces and names out there will lead to their arrest — and ultimately justice.

CBSBoston.com Staff