BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Jose Canales-Yanez, 25, was found guilty Thursday in the June 2017 murders of two Montgomery County high school students.

Seventeen-year-old Shadi Najjar and 18-year-old Artem Ziberov were found shot to death in a car in Montgomery Village the night before they were supposed to graduate from Northwest High School.

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Police said Najjar had been shot four times and Ziberov 10 times.

Authorities say the teens drove to a location expecting to meet someone who wanted to buy a commencement ticket. Instead, authorities say the three men fired more than 30 rounds at them.

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Police said they believe the slayings were revenge for a robbery that Najjar was rumored to have committed against Canales-Yanez’s wife.

Nineteen-year-old Roger Garcia and his brother 24-year-old Edgar Garcia-Gaona are also facing first-degree murder charges.

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