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Pasadena cops describe suspect, second involved vehicle in Rental property Parke

Pasadena cops have actually offered their first suspect description along with a second suspect car description in a December shooting at Rental property Parke that killed 2 males and left a third hurt.

Investigators acquired monitoring footage that illustrates possible suspects and another car thought to be associated with the killings. The only suspect they have been able to recognize was referred to as a high, thin Black male in either his late teenagers or early 20s, who was using black clothing at the time of the occurrence, the Pasadena Authorities Department stated in a press release Monday, April 12.

This suspect was seen on security footage running from the incident and it is not understood which vehicle he entered or if he was a gunman in this shooting, according to Lt. Jesse Carrillo. It is not understood the exact number of the “several” suspects associated with the incident and whether there was one gunman or multiple, Carrillo stated.

” We wish to recognize all of the included suspects in this case but we do not wish to determine someone who was running and not included,” Carrillo said. “Our company believe that private (we recognized) is involved in this shooting from the proof we have.”

The second suspect car is referred to as a black or blue 2010 Nissan Altima with faded paint and a paper Penske license plate.

On Wednesday, April 7, authorities launched details that the shooter most likely drove away in a more recent model, white Mercedes-Benz, with black rims.

On Dec. 1, officers responded to calls about shots fired at the north side of the park on Parke Street and discovered 3 men lying with gunshot wounds near picnic benches beside the park’s soccer field.

Cristino Medellin Avila, 50, passed away at the park and Aaron Perez Flores, 40, later on died at a regional health center. A 3rd man was hospitalized in crucial condition, but survived.

Police advised anyone with details concerning the shooting, suspects or vehicles of interest to call them at 626-744-4241.

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