David Mays, a 35-year old Wichita Falls, Texas resident, was shot and killed early Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013 inside a home on Woods Street. The Wichita Falls Police Department is asking for help in solving the first homicide in the city for 2013.
No suspect has yet been arrested in the case, according to an article in today's Wichita Falls Times Record News newspaper.
Detective Brad Love is working the case for the Wichita Falls Police Department. Police request that anyone with information involving the crime contact the WFPD at 940-761-7792.
Anyone with information involving the murder case are also encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 940-3322-9888 or 1-800-322-9888.
The advantage of calling Crime Stoppers is that people may remain anonymous even though they provide information which lead to the solving of a case. Callers may also earn up to $1,000 if the information provided leads to an arrest of a suspect and approval by the board.
Public Information Officer Jeff Hughes said information was gathered at the crime scene by law enforcement officers. Officers also interviewed witnesses all day following the tragic death of Mays.
Mays was found dead when WFPD officers entered the house in the 1000 block of Woods Street on the East Side of Wichita Falls.
Information is limited so far. However, police did make available to the public that there is a suspect being sought in connection with the slaying.
The description revealed to the public is the suspect is a black man, about 6 feet tall and wearing a hoodie.
Reports indicate the suspect entered the home un-invited and shot Mays. He then retreated to an older model, dark-colored four door automobile.
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