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*Gilroy First Homicide Of 2009 46-Year-Old Man Andres Manriquez Cebreros Found Shot To Death 7287 Monterey Road the Aloha Club

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Update-Gilroy police released a sketch today of a man suspected of shooting and killing another man at the Aloha Club on Tuesday night. An employee at the bar at 7287 Monterey Road called 911 and reported the shooting at 8:36 p.m.  The man was dead when police arrived three minutes later, and the suspect had fled the area, Sgt. Jim Jillio said.  The victim has been identified, but his name is not being released. It was the city’s first homicide this year. Police were able to make the sketch based on witness accounts.Gilroy police found a 46-year-old man shot to death at the Aloha Club around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, a police sergeant said.An employee at the bar at 7287 Monterey Road called 911 and reported the shooting at 8:36 p.m.The man was dead when police arrived three minutes later, and the suspect had fled the area, Sgt. Jim Jillio said.The victim has been identified, but his name is not being released pending notification of his family. Jillio said he expects a description of the suspect and possibly a sketch will be released.It was the city’s first homicide this year.Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text at 408-355-0999 if you have any information.

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Apr 19, 2009 :GILROY: POLICE IDENTIFY MAN FATALLY SHOT AT BAR

Gilroy police have identified a man fatally shot in a bar Tuesday night as 46-year-old Andres Manriquez Cebreros, a sergeant said today.An employee at the Aloha Club bar at 7287 Monterey Road called 911 and reported the shooting at 8:36 p.m.The Cebreros was dead when police arrived three minutes later, and the suspect had fled the area, Sgt. Jim Jillio said.It was the city’s first homicide this year, and its fourth in 13 months, according to Sgt. Wes Stanford.Police were able to make the sketch based on witness accounts. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the Gilroy Police Department.

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