Police are now asking the public for assistance in a homicide. According to what police have told WPXI, they do not have many leads on the March murder of Tyrell Jones, 20, and are looking to the public to help solve the case.
Jones was shot and killed near the playground entrance of McLean Park in Homestead on March 1.
After responding to a call that a man was seen laying motionless, police discovered Jones where he was pronounced dead. Jones died of several gunshot wounds and his death was officially labeled a homicide.
It’s believed the shooter ran following the shooting.
Despite am exhaustive search for any suspects, including the night of the incident, police have not been able to find anyone or pin accumulate any evidence pointing to anyone.
The Allegheny County Police Homicide Unit is working along side the Homestead Police Department to find the killer.
Pittsburgh Crime Stoppers seeking help from public with investigation of March 2016 Homestead homicide. Read more – https://t.co/d27P9NBzEP.
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Anyone with any information is asked to please call Pittsburgh Crime Stoppers at (412) 255-TIPS. A reward of up to $1,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible. Callers may remain anonymous.