About ten days later, the Sheriff's Department released images from a surveillance camera hoping the public would recognize the unusual multi-colored sweatshirt one of the men was wearing.
On Monday, Sheriff Anderson said someone did come forward and provide a tip that led them to the two suspects. "It brought forward a witness that said, 'I know a guy who had a sweatshirt like that.' Our detective then went to work to obtain search warrants."
The men who were arrested are 20-year-old Jesus Flores and 22-year-old Jose Ventura. Deputies said they also found the shotgun one of the men was carrying in the surveillance video, and they found a torn up piece of the multi-colored sweatshirt in a dog bowl at the home.
The motive for the murder is still unknown. The Madera County District Attorney said both men are on no-bail holds at the jail, and they will likely face first degree murder charges.