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Lubbock police seeking suspect from 2009 murder

Drawing of suspect in 2009 murder (Source: Lubbock Police Department) Drawing of suspect in 2009 murder (Source: Lubbock Police Department)
Drawing of associate seen with suspect (Source: Lubbock Police Department) Drawing of associate seen with suspect (Source: Lubbock Police Department)
White '80s model Ford pickup, similar to vehicle used by suspect (Source: Lubbock Police Department) White '80s model Ford pickup, similar to vehicle used by suspect (Source: Lubbock Police Department)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

This week marked the fourth anniversary of a homicide outside of the Boss Office Bar at 518 E. 34th Street, Lubbock's only unsolved murder from 2009.

Lubbock police are attempting to locate two people they say were involved the homicide that happened in the early hours of July 31, 2009.

They were seen in an older white '80s model Ford pickup, extended cab, with a toolbox on the back.

If you have any information about this case, police ask that you contact Crime Line at (806) 741-1000 or call Detective Ylanda Pena at (806) 775-2403.

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