Surveillance still of a woman and man sought in connection with a slaying on Thursday, May 1. (Source: LVMPD)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Las Vegas Metro police on Tuesday released surveillance video stills of three people identified as persons of interest in connection with a slaying on May 1.
The body of Marvin Lutin-Moran, 36, of Las Vegas, was discovered on a sidewalk on Flamingo Road, near Swenson Street, before 9:30 p.m. It appeared he had been stabbed to death, police said.
Later, police said an investigation revealed that prior to the attack, Lutin-Moran had been captured on surveillance video, leaving a hotel-casino at Paradise and Flamingo roads. The Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino is located at that intersection.
Police said the video shows Lutin-Moran being followed by a man and a woman just prior to his death. Detectives are also trying to identify a second woman seen on video.
Police described the man they are seeing as black and of average height and weight. He was wearing a dark T-shirt and jeans.
The first woman is black, was wearing a blonde wig and a white T-shirt that says "Rehab" on the front.
The second woman is described as black with a heavy build. She was wearing a short-sleeved shirt with an emblem on the front, a dark sleeveless jacket and hat.
Anyone with information about the crime or the persons of interest is asked to call Metro's Homicide Section at 702-828-3521 or, to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555. You may also leave information online at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.
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