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3/20/08

McIver's Killer Still at Large, May Be Injured

New information in the murder investigation of a South Plains college student. Police say Bradford McIver's killer may have been injured during the attack.

Friends found the 19 year old Monday, stabbed to death in his Indiana Village apartment. Police say the attack happened sometime between Saturday morning and Monday evening.

Detectives say nothing was taken, though there were signs of a struggle. They now have reason to believe McIver's killer was cut or stabbed in the attack, and would have sought medical attention.

If you have any information in this case, please call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000

Funeral services for McIver were held Thursday morning in his hometown of Albany, near Abilene.

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