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Gang members wanted for gunning down Lebanon man

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LEBANON, Tenn. -

A family continues to grieve the loss of their loved one after he was gunned down by two known gang members earlier this month during a robbery in Lebanon.

Andre Louge was gunned down on the morning of August 10 at a home on Dedman Street by 19-year-old Derrick Carr and 20-year-old Shawn Betty Jr.

Police said the pair, who is now on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's most wanted list, is members of the Tree Top Bloods.

On Tuesday, Nashville's News 2 Investigates spoke with Logue's family members who called him a good man.

"He was not a violent person at all," Logue's great-aunt Elizabeth Henderson said, adding, "You can't measure the pain that I feel."

Logue's mother Bennessa added, "My child is gone. His life is gone just because of a senseless act of violence. No mother should ever have to lose their child because of something so senseless."

The family said they remain hopeful Carr and Betty will soon be found and taken into custody.

"He would have given them the shirt off his back the night he was shot and killed," Bennessa holding back tears. "All they had to do was ask. He was that type of person. He went above and beyond and we are going to miss him."

Twin brother Antoun added, "The grieving right now is so hard. I am speechless. I have no words for it. He was my hero."

Prior to his untimely death, Logue worked in accounting for Coca Cola.

Carr and Betty have already been indicted on pre-meditated first degree murder charges.

Police believe they could be hiding in the Nashville area.

Anyone with information on the men's whereabouts is urged to call the Lebanon Police Department at 615-444-2323 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

A $4,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of both men is being offered.

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