WJHL.com - Bristol, TN man killed in Pigeon Forge double shooting

Bristol, TN man killed in Pigeon Forge double shooting

Pigeon Forge, TN -

Pigeon Forge Police say their looking for a man who shot two Bristol, Tennessee men at a motel Sunday night.

Knoxville television station WVLT reports, 21 year old Justin Dillard died after the shooting in the parking lot of River Lodge South,3251 Parkway.

His father, 47 year old Travis Dillard, is in stable condition at UT Medical Center.

According to police, a suspect approached the victim's truck and asked them for money before shooting them.

Police say the suspect took off in a large, white sedan, possibly a Buick.

Police say he is a black man with dreadlocks, about 5'10'' and weighs about 250 pounds.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the Pigeon Forge Police Department.

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