Southwest States Violent Crime

Las Vegas Police Arrest Alleged Murder Suspect Caught on Camera

Las Vegas Police Arrest Alleged Murder Suspect Caught on Camera

Alleged murder suspect. Credit Las Vegas Police Department

Alleged murder suspect. Credit Las Vegas Police Department

UPDATE 6:15 pm

After a brief barricade, SWAT negotiators took this suspect into custody late this afternoon. He will be booked on open murder charges.

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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Press Release

Man Fires Multiple Rounds, Killing One Person at Las Vegas Gas Station

On November 4, 2021, at approximately 12:37 a.m., the LVMPD received multiple reports of shots fired at a convenience store located in the 7700 block of South Jones Boulevard. Responding officers arrived and located an adult male with multiple gunshot wounds inside a vehicle in the parking lot. The victim was transported to UMC Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

The investigation conducted by the LVMPD Homicide Section indicates an Asian male suspect wearing a tactical vest and a gun belt was walking westbound from Robindale prior to the shooting and committed a robbery on a citizen. The suspect continued to walk to the convenience store where he fired multiple rounds into the driver’s side door of an unoccupied vehicle. The suspect walked to another car within the parking lot, which was occupied, and fired multiple times into the driver’s side, striking and killing the victim.

The suspect then walked into the convenience store and fired multiple rounds at a customer. That customer was able to avoid injury and escape out a rear door. Additional customers in the store were also able to escape unharmed. The suspect took items from the store and was last seen leaving the area. He remains outstanding at this time.

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