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San Bernardino Police Need the Public’s Help to Identify Murder Suspects

SAN BERNARDINO – The San Bernardino Police is asking for the public’s help to located the suspects wanted in connection with the April 2nd murder of a 24-year-old San Bernardino man.

At around 4:35 a.m. police responded to a call reporting a person who was injured in the middle of the street in the 2600 block of West 6th Street.

When police arrived, they located Michael Reyes, who was suffering from multiple stab wounds near his home. Police say Reyes was last seen alive at the ARCO Gas Station located at 2696 West Foothill Boulevard at 4:25 a.m.

The two male suspects assaulted Reyes in the parking lot and chased him northbound on Meridian Avenue in the pictured vehicle. Police said that the two suspects are believed to frequent Foothill and Meridian area motels.

The suspects are both Hispanic men, on 5’7’, 180-200 pounds and the other 5’8”-6” and 190-200 pounds. Suspect #1 was last seen in a gray t-shirt, plaid shorts, and a blue baseball cap and suspect #2 was wearing a black hooded sweater, black shorts, and black shoes.

Investigators are seeking any information that is related to the case.  Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Nick Oldendorf at (909) 384-5619 or Sergeant Robert Sullivan at (909) 384-5615 if you have any additional information.

 

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