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Sunnyvale Police Release Sketch of Murder Suspect

ID #21-87 Sunnyvale murder suspect
ID #21-87 Sunnyvale murder suspect

Sunnyvale Police Release Sketch of Murder Suspect

ID #21-87

Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Press Release

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Justice for Anthony, it’s what we want and it’s what his family wants. If you know something please say something.

On August 15, 2020, at about 4:44 pm, a homicide occurred at Baylands Park located at 999 East Caribbean Drive. The victim, Anthony Juarez, a father of two children and a local business owner, was stabbed multiple times by an unidentified male suspect at the park. The victim was transported to an area hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety is requesting assistance in identifying the suspect in this case.

The suspect is described as a Caucasian adult male or light-skinned Hispanic adult male, 20-30 years old, 5 foot 11 inches – 6 foot 2 inches tall, 140-160 pounds, skinny build, long dark shoulder-length curly hair, patchy facial hair, last seen wearing a white t-shirt, faded blue jeans, and white shoes. Refer to suspect sketch.

The suspect was last seen fleeing the area in an older model 4-door blue colored sedan. The suspect vehicle is believed to be similar to a Toyota Prius.

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