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UPDATE: Police Still Searching For Suspect In North Spokane Homicide; Victim Identified

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Joshua J. Tillery aka "Danger" Joshua J. Tillery aka "Danger"

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - The Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed the identity and the cause and manner of death of the man who was killed in the shooting on May 3, 2013 on Lincoln in Spokane, WA. The victim is identified as 33-year-old Devon Mack. Mack died of a gunshot wound to the head.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Police are still looking for 33-year-old Joshua J. Tillery in connection to a shooting that happened Friday, May 3, in the 4500 block of North Lincoln.

Police found a man shot and killed in a home at that location.

Tillery sometimes goes by the name "Danger" and he has distinctive tattoos around his neck.

If you have any information on where he might be or if you see him, do not approach him, call 911 immediately.

UPDATE From SPD:
Spokane Police have located the car involved in the incident as well as Tara Rader. Currently the only person we are still actively trying to locate is Joshua Tillery.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are working to locate two persons of interest in a homicide that occurred Friday evening at 4508 N. Lincoln Street.
  • Joshua J. Tillery aka "Danger" 06/28/1979 
  • Tara L. Rader 07/06/1990.
Spokane Police are also working to locate a 2006 black Pontiac Grand Prix, WA LIC# AJR3220.

Anyone with information on these individuals or the car is asked to call 911 immediately.

The victim is a male and the identity is still unknown. The victim died from a gunshot wound. At this hour we're awaiting more details about what exactly happened.

As soon as we get a photo of Tara Rader we'll post it here on KHQ.com, Facebook and our Twitter news feed.

 

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