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Belton police release sketch of suspect wanted in shooting death of 30-year-old man

(Source: Belton Police) (Source: Belton Police)
(Source: Belton Police) (Source: Belton Police)
BELTON, TX (KXXV) -

Belton police have released a sketch of a suspect in the fatal shooting of a 30-year-old man on Sept. 30. 

Police said that one suspect is described as having a medium build and is between 5-feet-5-inches to 5-feet-7-inches. The other suspect, which does not have a sketch, is described to be 5-feet-10-inches to 6-feet-1-inch and having a medium build. 

The men are suspected to be in a light-colored 2011 or newer Ford Explorer. A photo was taken from video surveillance near the crime scene. 

The men are wanted in connection to the shooting of Redrick Robinson on the 800 block of Carla Kay Drive. Robinson was found dead in the home, shot many times. 

When police arrived at the home, there was evidence of forced entry, and a man was found dead in the master bedroom area. He had been shot multiple times," Belton Police Department spokesperson Paul Romer said.

A neighbor said they heard sounds that sounded like fireworks with continuous popping. The neighbor said they heard a bang on the wall and heard an alarm go off shortly after they heard crying. They said there were kids at the house and loud music was playing all night. 

Call police with any information or text tips to 254-217-6764. 

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