BALTIMORE - It has been almost three months and no arrests in the shooting death of a 23-year-old man in East Baltimore. However, with your help, detectives could get closer.
Baltimore City police are looking for the person who shot a 23-year-old man and left him for dead on December 19, 2013.
"Every piece of evidence is key and any information we can get, particularly from the viewers, the citizens is very crucial," Sgt. Jarron Jackson said.
Officers found the man around 1:15 a.m. in the 2700 block of East Monument Street. He had been shot multiple times.
The man was rushed to Johns Hopkins but did not survive. Detectives have released four pictures of people they are calling 'persons of interest' in the investigation.
"Our detectives are working on a number of leads to bring closure to this family. What I can tell you is that these persons may have information that we can use to help bring closure and we just want to talk to them to find out what information we know about this case," Sgt. Jackson said.
Police did not specify what kind of information the people may have or how exactly they may be connected to the crime, just that detectives need your help finding them.
"The only way we can solve cases like these and to actually reduce violent crime is by working hand in hand with the community and that's what we need in this instance. We need for anyone or any viewer that may have any information or may know these persons, who might know anything about the case to contact our detectives at 410-396-2100," Sgt. Jackson said.