By CBS3 Staff

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office has announced charges in two cold case homicides, including one from 23 years ago. Twenty-year-old Antojuan Huffin was shot to death during a gunpoint robbery in 1996.

During their investigation, authorities identified his killers as Lamarc Rex and another man, identified only as TC.

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TC was arrested earlier this month. Rex remains on the loose.

Police have issued a warrant for Rex’s arrests.

Authorities also announced the arrest of Lorin Wright.

Wright’s charged with killing 26-year-old Saleem Tolbert in Atlantic City in 2010.

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The mothers of both victims spoke about finding some kind of closure.

“Every day I think about my child. It’s very hard. It’s just been a long time. I’ll just be glad when justice is served,” said Vernesta Green, Huffin’s mom.

“It took months, days, years to get to this point. I don’t want to say we’re excited, but we’re relieved that it’s come to this point,” said Sheila Harvey, Tolbert’s mom.

Authorities say Rex should be considered armed and dangerous.

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Anyone with information on his whereabouts is being urged to contact police.