Person of interest 1 and person of interest 2 (LVMPD)
Person of interest 2 (LVMPD)
Person of interest 3 (LVMPD)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Metro police on Thursday afternoon released a series of surveillance photos of three men they want to talk to in connection with a deadly shooting in June.
Police were called to a parking lot in the 2300 block of West Bonanza at 5:10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26. Officers located two shooting victims, one with non-life threatening injuries and another who was taken to UMC Trauma Center where he later died.
Police said it appears the victims had been involved in a physical altercation earlier that morning in the area. They left but later returned, getting into a verbal altercation just prior to the shooting.
Police said the first person of interest is a tall, thin man in his early 20s who was last seen wearing a white, short-sleeve button-up shirt with red stitching over a red, long-sleeve T-shirt, red shorts and red shoes.
The second person of interest is a tall man between 20 and 25 years old. He was last seen wearing a white polo-style shirt with pockets on both sides of the chest and blue jeans.
The third person of interest is a man who was last seen wearing a light colored, long-sleeve button-up shirt, blue jeans and a baseball cap.
Anyone with information is urged to call Metro's Homicide Section at (702)-828-3521 or Crime Stoppers at (702)-385-5555. You may also leave information online at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.
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