Police Need Help Locating Car Possibly Being Driven By Murder Suspects

Selma Police are searching for dark silver metallic 2008 Chevy Impala with NC license HJH-8157. The car will have tinted windows and a partial black front bumper. It will be missing it hubcaps and is showing exposed black rims. The car pictured is a similar but not the actual vehicle being sought by police. Selma Police Department photo

SELMA – Selma Police are asking for assistance locating a car possibly being driven by two murder suspects.  Daniel Antonio Surles, 30, of the 3900 block of Highway 70 Business East, Smithfield and Gilbert Lee King Jr., 25, of Hawkins Road, Selma are wanted on murder charges for the shooting death of Michael John Boyle Jr., 47, of Charlotte.

Boyle was found shot to death inside his pickup on Highway 301 at Poole Drive around 11:00pm Jan. 7, 2021.  Police are still investigating the motive.

Surles and King are still believed to be in the Johnston or Wake County area operating a 2008 dark silver metallic Chevrolet Impala with NC license HJH-8157.  The car is missing its hubcaps and will have exposed black rims. The car has a portion of the front bumper painted black. The vehicle will also have tinted windows, according to Detective J.B. Solomon.

Surles is 5 foot 8, 280 pounds, with long dreads. King is 5 foot 8, 145 pounds with short hair and a tattoo of “Prissla” on his wrist.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Daniel Antonio Surles or Gilbert Lee King Jr. or the location of the Chevy Impala is urged to contact your nearest law enforcement agency or dial 911.  Both suspects are considered to be armed and dangerous and should not be approached.