Sheriff’s office seeking video in connection to Friday’s homicide in western Travis County


Authorities are asking for the public’s helping locating an armed and possibly wounded suspect that fled a homicide in western Travis County on Friday.

Travis County sheriff’s deputies at 4:45 a.m. Friday responded to a home
in the 9000 block of Oliver Drive after a caller reported an intruder inside the house.

When deputies arrived they found a man in his 50s dead inside the home and evidence that multiple shots had been fired, officials said.

The victim has not yet been identified.

On Saturday, a suspect was still not in custody.

Now, the sheriff’s office is asking any home or business owners in the area around Oliver Drive that have video surveillance from March 1 and 2 to contact its tip line at 512-854-1444.


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