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A 20-year-old Georgia man faces 17 charges, including murder, in the deaths of two 17-year-old high school students  who were found dead behind a Publix market last year.

Jeffrey Andrew Hazelwood, 20, has been charged with two counts of murder; three counts of felony murder; two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; kidnapping; aggravated sexual battery and sexual battery, among the litany of charges.

His next scheduled court appearance is Feb. 10, according to Fulton Count court records.

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A delivery driver spotted the bodies of the teenagers — Natalie Anne Henderson, of Roswell and Carter J. Davis —  behind the Publix in Rosewall, Ga. Both teens had suffered severe head trauma, according to Roswell police. Both bodies were found on the ground by two vehicles, which were later towed from the scene, the police report states.

The autopsy revealed they were each shot once in the head. Authorities have still not discussed a motive for the crime.

Authorities began zeroing in on the suspect when police say he used Henderson’s debit card about 90 minutes after the teenagers were killed, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Police were also able to capture the suspect’s Honda Passport on video neat the scene of the killings, according to police.

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