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Questions still unanswered after 2002 Pasco Murder

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PASCO, Wash.—In May 2002 50-year-old Gregorio Lopez walked outside of his home on the 2300 block of East George street to go to work.  That's when he was gunned down around 5:00am.

Pasco Police say when they arrived to the scene they found Lopez dead in the street with multiple gunshot wounds.  However, they found no witnesses, no weapons and no suspects.

Today, Pasco Police still have no answers.

"The reasoning and the motive for the shooting is unknown.  There's been witnesses interviewed all those things have taken place, but so far we have never been able to identify the killer," says Captain Raymond, Pasco Police.

By investigating this case, KNDU and KNDO hopes more information will come to the table.  If you have any answers, contact Pasco Police.