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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police search for two wanted men

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    Julian Gill
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    Carlton Ardrey

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are searching for two men wanted for different outstanding warrants, and they believe one might have been involved in shootings.

Julian Gill, 22, is wanted for simple assault, communicating threats, misdemeanor larceny, damage to property and misdemeanor probation violation. Police say they believe he is connected to several shootings, but did not say if those were from any of the many recent shootings in Charlotte.

Carlton Ardrey, 26, is wanted after cutting off his electronic monitor Aug. 25. He was ordered to wear it on condition of being released from jail after an arrest for breaking and entering and larceny from a vehicle, police said.

Police ask that anyone with information about these two men call the Violent Criminal Apprehension Team at 704-336-8228, or 911.

Crime Stoppers is offering rewards for information that leads to the arrests of both men. The public can call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600 or visit charlottecrimestoppers.com.

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