St. Louis Police are asking for help to identify a possible witness and the suspect in the fatal shooting of a 7-11 worker. 30-year-old Buhtanese refugee Mon Rai was killed on Monday at his job.
The witness is described as a black man about 5'10" with a medium length afro.
The suspect has a light complexion and is just over 5-and-a-half feet tall. The suspect's face was mostly obstructed--he was wearing a black ski mask and ski jacket. Police say the suspect's jacket is important--they believe it is unique.
If you have any information about the possible witness and suspect, you are urged to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.
Today marks ten years since a 9-year-old St. Louis boy went missing.
Christian Freguson was in his father's SUB when it was stolen. Police found the vehicle, but Christian was gone. The boy has a serious medical condition that requires he follows a strict health regiment to keep him alive.
The Ferguson family still celebrates his birthday and set up the "Looking for an Angel" foundation in his honor.
St. Louis City can continue to issue tickets through the red light camera system.
An appeals court ruled that the system is constitutional. This overturns a ruling issued last year. The court said red light cameras allow the city to regular traffic safety and that is a power given to the police department. The ruling acknowledged that the tickets give the city a financial benefit, but that does not detract from the increase in public safety.
The city says there has been an 80 percent reduction in citations at some intersections since the cameras were first installed.
A Fenton man is dead after being struck by a pick-up truck along Highway 141 yesterday afternoon.
Police say 35 year old Matthew Griesheimer had been crossing the highway near the Gravois Bluffs Shopping Center around 1 p.m. when he was hit.
Griesheimer was taken to St. Anthony's Hospital, but later died.
Southbound 141 was closed for about two hours following the accident.