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Police hope sketches lead to tips in double murder of father and son

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Ulises Ocampo and Parish Ocampo Ulises Ocampo and Parish Ocampo
PHOENIX -

Phoenix police have developed sketches of two men wanted for the shooting deaths of a father and son during a home invasion.

One of the suspects is described as a heavyset black man about 6'2" weighing 230 pounds. He wore a bandana over his face.

The other man is thinner, about 6' tall, weighing 200 pounds. He wore a ski mask.

Detectives say both men were armed with handguns in the early hours of March 8 when they burst into a home near 18th Street and Adams.

The intruders killed 46-year-old Ulises Ocampo and his son, 21-year-old Parish Ocampo.

Other family members were not hurt. The gunmen did not take anything from the home.

Police say there's no indication the family was involved in criminal activity. A motive is not known.

Funerals were held Thursday for the father and son.

Parish Ocampo recently received "deferred deportation status" under the Obama administration's program that allows young, undocumented immigrants to stay in this country and work.

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