Indiana State Police seeking 2 persons of interest after Greene County man found slain in home

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SOLSBERRY, Indiana — Indiana State Police say they're trying to locate two men considered armed and dangerous after a Greene County man was found slain in his rural home.

Police say they found the body of 54-year-old David Lamm in his home about 15 miles west of Bloomington after the Greene County Sheriff's Department received a 911 call. How he died hasn't been released.

Police say they're seeking the public's help in locating two persons of interest in the case: 35-year-old Jason Lee Caldwell, who is believed to be driving the victim's white 2008 Jeep Commander, and 41-year-old Kevin Caldwell, who has only one eye and may be wearing an eye patch. It's not clear if the two are related.

Both men are wanted on Greene County warrants on unrelated charges.

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