State forensic experts are testing three guns to see if they were the weapons used to kill six members of a Crenshaw County family.
The suspect in the case, Westley Devone Harris, sold the guns to a man in Andalusia. Authorities say there are three long guns, but they aren't saying whether they are rifles or shotguns.
Andalusia Police Chief Wilbur Williams says the man who bought the guns Tuesday morning didn't have any idea anything was wrong. But after he learned of the killings, he contacted law enforcement and turned over the guns.
The funeral for the six victims will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Luverne High School.
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