Crime Stoppers Report: Suspect caught on camera

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A Dayton man was gunned down, and months later, no one has been arrested.

But police are hopeful they can solve the case because they have pictures of the killer and his car in this week’s exclusive Crime Stoppers Report.

On the morning of December 12, 32-year-old Ramon McDonald was shot to death in the 100 block of Lexington Avenue in Dayton.

Just before it happened, the victim was seen arguing with the suspect in the parking lot of the BP station at Salem and Lexington avenues, and surveillance video from that location gives a good look at both the suspect and his vehicle.

“We’re asking the for the public’s assistance in solving this murder,” said Det. Cayce Cantrell. “Hope you recognize the suspect or his vehicle which is a maroon Dodge Charger with ‘Daytona’ on the rear quarter panel, and the suspect is wearing a white ball cap with orange bill and distinctive logo.”

If anybody recognizes the suspect or vehicle please call Crime Stoppers at 222-7867.

You can also submit your tip online at miamivalleycrimestoppers.com.

Or text it to ‘tip 400’ followed by your message to ‘crimes’ or 274-637.

Earn a cash reward, and because of the software Crime Stoppers uses, no one will ever know your name.

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