Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Ralph Kellet officially released the names of the two men who were found dead in the Gore-Subligna area on Wednesday evening of this week. In a press release received by AM 1180 Chattooga Radio News, Chief Deputy Eddie Colbert stated that the two bodies that were recovered were identified as thirty year old Clinton Barry Wade and 24 year old Joshua Mark Hill. Colbert went on to say that the investigation into the deaths is ongoing at this time. On Wednesday afternoon a call was received by Chattooga 911 that a man had shot and killed himself. When law enforcement officials arrived on the scene they found the body of Clinton Wade and a suicide note. Reportedly the note contained information that lead the officers to believe there was another body near by. Hays State Prison K9 unit responded to the scene and along with the Gore Fired Department and Chattooga County Deputies, found the body of Joshua Hill in a pond about 200 yards from the house where Wade had shot himself. According to reports, Hill had been shot in the head. The bodies of the two victims were sent to the GBI crime lab in Atlanta for autopsies and identification.