An overnight murder has Lubbock Police searching for answers. Lubbock Police are looking for at least four black men involved in a murder.
It happened at 2018 Avenue L just after 1:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. Police were called out after several residents reported hearing gunfire. When police arrived, they found 26 year-old Harold Williams, Jr. lying face down in a driveway. Williams later died from a single gun shot wound to the chest. Witnesses say after hearing gunfire, they saw at least four black men drive away from the scene.
"All indications are that it was some kind of an altercation between young men, which ended in an exchange of gunfire. We have reports of multiple gun shots," said Lubbock Police Department Public Information Officer Bill Morgan.
Police are looking for four black males, believed to be in their late teens to early 20s. The suspects fled the scene in a blue Cadillac with undersized wheels and a blue Oldsmobile. If you have any information about this crime, you are encouraged to call Crimeline at (806) 741-1000.
It has been an otherwise quiet year for Lubbock homicide detectives. This is the third murder in Lubbock in 2002.