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LAPD Releases Video of Alleged Murder in Progress Caught on Camera

LAPD Releases Video of Alleged Murder in Progress Caught on Camera

ID #22-80

ID #22-80 Alleged suspect. Credit LAPD

ID #22-80 Alleged suspect. Credit LAPD

Detectives Seeking Information on Murder of 16-Year-Old

Los Angeles Police Department Press Release

South Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Police Department, Central Bureau Homicide detectives
are investigating the murder of 16-year-old, Hector Flores, a Los Angeles resident.

On February 2, 2022, around 2:10 p.m., Newton Patrol Officers responded to a radio call of
a shooting investigation in the 200 block of East 28th Street. Upon arrival, officers
discovered the 16-year-old victim, Hector Flores, suffering from a gunshot wound. Los
Angeles Fire Department responded to the area and transported the victim to a local hospital
for treatment. Unfortunately, Flores failed to respond to medical aid and was pronounced
dead at the hospital.

During the investigation, detectives obtained surveillance video which captured the suspect
and the shooting. The suspect drove up to the location, exited his vehicle and approached
the victim’s vehicle. The suspect shot the victim while he was seated in the vehicle. The
suspect is described as a male Hispanic, shaved head, wearing dark clothing, wearing a face
covering. The vehicle used by the suspect is believed to be a 2017-2019 Kia Sportage SUV,
metallic blue in color.

If you know the name of this suspect.

Send us a Tip at: [email protected] or

For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1

Si usted tiene alguna información que pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.

Por favor envia un correo electrónico a [email protected]

o llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448)

o envia un texto en su celular (408) 355-0999

Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1

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