Raytown police release photos of men they believe can help them solve recent homicide

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**UPDATE posted 7:17PM, February 11, 2017:: Police now tell FOX 4 that a few hours after they released these pictures that they were able to identify the men and speak with them. So far, no charges have been filed against anyone in this case.

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RAYTOWN, Mo. — Police in Raytown released photos of two people they believe can help them solve the murder of Dominique Byers.

**UPDATE: Police now tell FOX 4 that a few hours after they released these pictures that they were able to identify the men and speak with them. So far, no charges have been filed against anyone in this case.

Byers, 23, was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound Saturday, Jan. 28 in a parking lot near East 66th Street and Blue Ridge Parkway.

“Please take a look at the photos below and pay attention to the marking on the back of his hand and let us know if you recognize either man in the picture,” police said in a news release.

This was one of the surveillance photos police released, seeking help in identifying the men they wanted to talk to about Byers. A few hours after the pictures were released, police spoke to the men. So far, no charges have been filed against anyone in this case.

This was one of the surveillance photos police released, seeking help in identifying the men they wanted to talk to about Byers. A few hours after the pictures were released, police spoke to the men. So far, no charges have been filed against anyone in this case.

Raytown police believe this person has information regarding the murder of Dominique Byers.

Raytown police believe this person has information regarding the murder of Dominique Byers.

Police have not made any arrests at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information or anyone who recognizes either of these men is urged to call the TIPS hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.