Police investigation turns deadly tonight.
Here is the first report . . .
Homicide 1800 Block of Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd
This afternoon about 2:45pm detectives from Missing Persons were following up in regard to an ongoing missing persons investigation. They responded to 1800 Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. to an apartment there checking the welfare of a resident who had been reported missing.
Inside the resident’s apartment they located an adult male victim deceased.
The circumstances were suspicious in nature, and the Missing Persons Detectives notified the Homicide Unit. Homicide detectives responded to the scene and a homicide investigation is now underway.
Crime Scene investigators will be processing the scene for evidence and to hopefully give detectives more information regarding what led up to and the cause of the victim’s death. Detectives will also be canvassing at the apartment for any witnesses or anyone who may have any information.
The scene is currently confined to the inside of the apartment building and there is no general public access to non residents or guests.
If anyone saw anything or has any information and they have not talked to detectives yet they are asked to contact the Homicide Unit directly at 234-5043 or the TIPS Hotline anonymously at 474-TIPS. A reward of up to $25,000 is available for information leading to an arrest in this case.
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by: Brian Dulle Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri police are investigating a homicide Monday after a man was found dead inside an apartment. Detectives were following up in regard to an ongoing missing persons investigation Monday afternoon and responded to Brush Creek Towers near Woodland Avenue and Emanuel Cleaver II Boulevard.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Police Department is investigating a homicide after investigating a missing persons report. Around 2:45 on Monday afternoon, police went to the 1800 block of Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. regarding an ongoing missing persons investigation.
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