The Georgia man accused of murdering two teenagers whose bodies were found behind a Publix grocery store near Atlanta robbed his victims after shooting them dead, police said.
The suspect, Jeffrey Hazelwood, took the girls wallet and the boys car jumper cables after he shot each teen in the head.
Surveillance video shows that Hazelwood used Hendersons debit card shortly after the killings.
Arrest warrants filed in the municipal court of Roswell, Ga., show that Hazelwood followed the pair into an alley behind the store before shooting them.
Hazelwood has been charged with murder and theft, but his motive is unknown.
Hazelwoods victims, Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis, both 17, would have been seniors in high school this year.