Alleged Glendale Murder Suspect Caught on Camera
Glendale police are searching for the suspect involved in a deadly shooting at a convenience store near 67th Avenue and Glendale avenues Friday night.
GLENDALE, AZ — Glendale police are searching for the suspect involved in a deadly shooting at a convenience store near 67th Avenue and Glendale avenues Friday night.
Officers say they received a 911 call at around 11:30 p.m. after a man had been shot multiple times by another man from the driver seat of a pickup truck in the parking lot.
The victim, later identified as 32-year-old Tyler Helies-Milligan, was pronounced deceased on the scene.
What led up to the shooting is currently unknown.
Officers describe the suspect’s vehicle as a gray or primer quad cab, late 1990’s to early 2000’s Chevrolet pickup truck with back-end damage and missing the front bumper. The truck also has an orange area of what may be painted above the passenger door and some discoloration to the rear passenger side of the tailgate. The tail light on the passenger side is also not working.
Police say the suspect, and the passenger who was seen in the video are outstanding at this time. The truck has also not been located.
Helies-Milligan left behind a wife and two young children.
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