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5/21/09

Authorities searching for a man wanted for questioning in murder cases

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock police continue to search for those responsible for a string of deadly shootings within the past week.

23-year-old Aldo Cervantezhe was killed around 11:30 Tuesday night.

Witnesses say the suspects robbed Cervantes and another man at a home near 22nd and Juneau avenue and opened fire.

Now, investigators say Cervantes' death is related to last week's deadly shootings.

The first happened last Thursday on East 8th Street.

The second occurred Friday on East Rice Street.

Authorities did not release how these shootings are connected, but they did tell us they need to question 31-year-old Tyrone Robinson, who they believe has information on all three.

If you know anything about these shootings, or know where Robinson is -- call Crime Line at 741-1000.

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