Police Need Your Help to Solve Two Unsolved Murders - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Police Need Your Help to Solve Two Unsolved Murders

NewsChannel 11 told you just last week that Lubbock has the highest amount of homicides in the region. We've seen 15 so far, but only two of those remain open cases where the killer or killers are still on the loose.

Lt. Scott Hudgens says, "One unsolved murder is bad to have. I'd like to have them all solved and bring somebody to justice on them."

So the Lubbock Police Department is asking for your help to do so. They are working leads and reviewing both open cases, but time is not on their side and the suspects behind the two unsolved homicides remain on at large.

Back in April, a jogger found 40-year-old Selena Kuykendall's body off East Municipal Drive next to a cell phone tower in northeast Lubbock. Neighbors suspected the victim may have been a prostitute. Still to this day, no suspects have been named.

Last month, 28-year-old John Wilkerson was shot to death in his driveway in the 2700 block of East Second Street. No suspects have been identified at this point, but with your help police are hoping to these unsolved murders will become closed cases very soon.

The Lubbock Police Department is offering a $2,000 reward for any information that would help them solve the Wilkerson case. 

If you have any information about either of these cases, you are asked to please call Crime Line. That number is (806) 741-1000 and you can remain anonymous.

Police Continue to Search For Murder Suspect
John Wilkerson, 28, died around 11:30 p.m. Saturday after being shot multiple times outside a home in the 2700 block of East 2nd Street. NewsChannel 11's Holly Kennedy spoke with family and friends who felt Wilkerson was in danger.
Suspect Search Continues, Victim Identified
Twenty four hours have passed and there is still no suspect named in a north Lubbock homicide investigation. Late Wednesday evening police released the name of the victim, she is 40-year-old Selena Kuykendall. NewsChannel 11's Ben Lawson has more.

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