Jordan McKay Murdered in San Francisco, Police Still Seeking The Killers
The San Francisco Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects responsible for the death of Jordan McKay.
Detectives report that on Wednesday, September 17, 2008, at 1:40 AM., Jordan was riding his bicycle home from work when he was surrounded by two to three suspects who attempted to get him off of the bicycle. The suspects punched and kicked him but Jordan was able to break free but was shot in the back by suspect number one. The suspects then fled in a white four-door vehicle, possibly a 2004 or 2005 Toyota Corolla or similar sized Ford. The vehicle fled down 15th Avenue towards Fulton.
Jordan McKay was a 23-year-old graduate of UC Santa Cruz and a lifelong resident of the Bay Area. He worked in the field of computer modeling and loved music, travel and bicycling. Jordan graduated with a degree in economics and a minor in film. When asked what he would do with a million dollars, Jordan said that he would create an organization that provides micro-lending to people who are struggling to build small businesses. He believed in the power of these small, independent businesses to improve peoples’ lives and tip the scales toward community rebuilding throughout the world.
Suspect #1 is described as a Black Male, 6’1 – 6’2 , 190-200 lbs., 19-24 yrs old, braided hair to his cheekbone, wearing all black baggy clothing, black baseball cap worn backward, dark hooded sweatshirt pulled over his head, dark denim jeans, armed with a black handgun, approx. 10 long, held in his right hand.
Suspect #2 is described as a Black Male, smaller than suspect #1, wearing a baggy black hooded sweatshirt and baggy jeans.
Suspect #3 is described as a Black Male, smaller than suspect #1, wearing a baggy black hooded sweatshirt and baggy jeans.
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