Security Cam Clips Could Solve Slaughter Of Stowers Researchers: Kansas City Police Request

KCPD ramp up an investigation of a horrific slaughter that has garnered attention from around the globe.

News of Stowers Researcher double homicide investigation after an apparent arson has sparked more interest than any of the other 125 homicides this year . . . 

The story is, in fact, exceptionally tragic and here's a glimpse at how neighbors might help to solve the reported killing . . .

KCPD: We are requesting the public’s assistance with our homicide investigation in the 4100 block of Oak.

We are asking any homeowners/tenants with video surveillance who live in the area to contact our detectives.  

Please see the attached map for the specific area our detectives are interested in which is roughly 41st Street to 43rd Street and McGee to Gillham.

 If you have any video surveillance (ring type cameras, exterior home surveillance camera, trail cams, etc) or still photographs from any time between 10:30pm on 9-30-2022 through 5am on 10-01-2022, please contact detectives at 816-234-5330 or 816-234-5043.

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KCPD asks public for possible video evidence in homicide investigation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police investigators are requesting help to collect possible surveillance evidence related to a homicide. Two bodies were discovered in a burning apartment Saturday morning in the 4100 block of Oak Street. KCPD is asking any homeowners or tenants with video surveillance who live in the area to contact detectives.

Kansas City police ask for surveillance footage from homes near homicide area

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Police Department is asking residents with exterior surveillance cameras in the area where a double-homicide took place to contact police to assist in the investigation. On October 1 at about 5 a.m., police were called to 41st Street and Oak Street on the scene of an apartment fire.

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