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LVMPD Trying to Identify Alleged Bus Stop Murder Suspect

LVMPD Trying to Identify Alleged Bus Stop Murder Suspect.

Las Vegas police have released a video of the alleged bus stop murder suspect that was caught on camera.

Detectives are asking for the public’s help to identify the alleged bus stop murder suspect.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Press Release on Bus Stop Murder

Man Killed at Bus Stop

Update – Detectives Seek Suspect Identity

On January 15, 2023, at approximately 8:51 p.m., the LVMPD received a report of a person stabbed near a bus bench on Boulder Highway and Nellis Boulevard. Arriving officers and medical personnel located a man suffering from an apparent stab wound.

He was declared deceased on scene by medical personnel.

The investigation led by the LVMPD Homicide Section indicates the victim was in a physical altercation with a suspect. During the altercation, the suspect stabbed the victim and left the scene before officers arrived.

The suspect is described as a male between 30-40 years of age last seen wearing a red hoodie and dark pants.

Update – Detectives Seek Suspect Identity

Detectives have located surveillance footage that shows the suspect wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a red balaclava and red pants. Detectives believe the suspect is approximately 6’1’’- 6’3’’ and 20 to 35 years old.


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