Colorado Springs Police Detectives need your help locating the suspect believed to be responsible for a Halloween shooting downtown.
It happened at 501 S. Tejon Street on November 1, 2009 at around 12:48 am. 29 year old Bob Maiava, who remains at a local hospital in serious condition, was shot by a man who fired into a crowd of people that had just left SODO Nightclub.
Police say the suspect and another person may have been involved in a disturbance with the victim’s group at SODO prior to the shooting.
The shooter is described as a black male, medium to dark complexion, approximately 6’ to 6’3”, 21-29 years old with a lean to muscular build with a short “dread-locks” style haircut. He was wearing a white colored t-shirt at the time of the shooting, but was wearing a dark colored button-down shirt while at club.
A possible vehicle that may be associated with the suspect(s) is a red 4 door car.
Investigators are also interested in speaking with any person that was in the area during the evening of the shooting, particularly the SODO nightclub.
If anyone has information regarding this crime, please call the Colorado Springs Police Department at 444-7000, or you may remain anonymous and could earn a cash reward by contacting the Pike Peak Area Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP (7867).
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