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Victorville Man Wanted for the Murder of an Apple Valley Resident

Victorville Man Wanted for the Murder of an Apple Valley Resident

VICTORVILLE– A man is wanted in connection with the murder of an Apple Valley resident 43-year-old Roman Robert Clemente.

Homicide Investigators are seeking the public’s help in locating a murder suspect Austin Lembcke, 22 of Victorville. Lembcke is wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of Roman Robert Clemente, 43 of Apple Valley.

On Sunday, February 19, 2017, at around 1:11 a.m., Sheriff deputies responded to a shot fired and a man was down call in the 13800 block of Victoria Drive in the city of Victorville. Upon arrival deputies located a male, Hispanic victim lying in the road with gunshot wounds. Clemente, the gunshot victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Through comprehensive investigation, Homicide Investigators have concluded that Lembcke is the primary suspect responsible for the shooting. An arrest warrant for murder has been issued for Lembcke.

Family and friends are now left to mourn the sudden loss of Roman Clemente. “He was very funny always had stuff to joke about,” said long-time friend Nessa Rae. “He loved his children and his grandchildren. He excepted me like his daughter.”

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Austin Lembcke, Homicide Investigators want to hear from you. Please call Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760)956-5100 or the We-Tip Hotine at (800)78-CRIME(27463).

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This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization

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  • Austin Lembcke: San Bernardino County Police Department
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