Metro Police Investigates After a Body is Found at an Apartment


Las Vegas, Nevada – The Las Vegas Metro Police Department is investigating a possible case of homicide. A body was found on Saturday morning in an apartment.

On July 3, at about 11 in the morning, emergency services received a phone call. The caller had called 911 to report a dead body they had discovered inside an apartment in Block 2400, Clifford Avenue, close to Charleston Boulevard and Eastern Avenue.

Police Suspect a Possible Case of Homicide

Las Vegas, Nevada

According to the authorities, the officers found the body in a suspicious state. The manner of death looked unnatural. Therefore, the LVMPD called in the homicide department to carry out the investigation.

The LVMPD is investigating the case. The possibility of a homicide has been taken into account, given the rising count of criminal acts being reported all around.

However, so far there have been no leads in the case. The police is yet to identify a suspect who could have committed the assumed homicide, or find a motive for the probable murder.

Identity Yet to be Revealed

The victim’s identity is still unknown to the public. Clark County Coroner’s Office, upon surety, will ID the victim, and release the information to the public including the cause and manner of death.

Anyone who can help with the case can reach out to the Metro Police at 702-828-3521 over call or head over to [email protected] If they wish to ensure anonymity, they can reach out to Crime Stoppers over phone at 702-385-5555, or head over to their website

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