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Police are asking the public to assist detectives with an ongoing homicide investigation.
No arrests have been made in the fatal June 24 shooting of 35-year-old Beaumont resident Ronald Bob. And now, police are asking community for the community’s help.
Police received a call at 1:13 a.m. for shots fired in the 200 block of Alabama Avenue — shortly before Bob died on the scene. Now, police have released a photograph of Bob and are asking for any information that could lead to an arrest in connection with his death.
“BPD Detectives are asking anyone in the area of the 300 block of Alabama as well as the 200 block of Garland (and surrounding streets) to search surveillance cameras on June 24 between the hours of midnight and 2 a.m. for any footage that could assist the investigation,” police said Friday. “This could include a person on foot or a vehicle in the area.”
Police previously said when they responded to the shots fired call, they found a gold Chevrolet Malibu parked in a vacant lot with several bullet holes. Police were able to follow “evidence” from the vehicle, which officials said led the officers to find Bob a short distance away.