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WANTED!
THE MURDERER(S) OF


James Philip Goodman
Albuquerque, NM
Case# 86-053694

INVESTIGATION

On July 10, 1986, uniform officers of the Albuquerque, NM Police Department were dispatched to a shooting at 3534 Thaxton SE. Upon their arrival, officers were flagged down by Warren Bowman, the shooting victimís roommate. The victim, identified as James Goodman, was shot during a struggle and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The investigation revealed that at approximately 11:00 p.m., the victim, James Goodman, answered a knock at his front door. Three unknown male assailants entered the living room. Within moments, a struggle ensued between the men and the victim.  James Goodman was shot during the struggle and was pronounced dead at the scene.


SUSPECT #1

A White male, 34-36 years of age, 6’O" tall, slender build approximately 165-175 pounds, dark brown hair balding on top, shoulder length on the sides and over his ears, thick mustache and a crooked nose, wearing a brown pocket T-shirt and blue jeans.

SUSPECT #2

A Hispanic male, 5’lO" tall, approximately 150 pounds, shoulder length dark hair, wearing blue knit polo shirt with a collar. Age unknown.

CONCLUSION

As of this date, the investigation into the death of James Goodman remains UNSOLVED.

If you or anyone you know has information about this murder please contact Detective R. Lewis at 505-7682404 or call Crimestoppers at 505-843-7867 or email us.  Any information, no matter how insignificant it seems, may be important!


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