Missing man; Abuse charges; Manhunt; Murder warrant; Bank robbery

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Tucson police need your help in finding a missing Tucson man, 65-year-old Edwin Keillor. He was last seen Wednesday at 450 W. Thurber. He suffers from multiple health issues, and uses a cane to walk.

Keillor is said to be 5'5" tall, weighs about 155 pounds, with white hair and beard, and brown eyes.  He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, blue baseball hat, jeans, and brown boots with a hospital band around his wrist. If you've seen him call 911.


A Pima County man is charged with killing his 6-year-old stepson. Deputies had a chance to talk to the child earlier this month, who Koffi Dogbevi claimed had fallen down a flight of stairs.

Tuesday, Dogbevi was arrested on child abuse charges.  Wednesday, the boy, named Michael Ibarra, was taken off life support and Koffi Dogbevi's charges were raised to first degree murder.


In Sierra Vista, a 53-year-old man is charged with molesting a 12-year-old.  Adolfo Otero turned himself in after the report.

The victim is related and the incidents started in July 2009 and happened over the course of the last year.


A nationwide manhunt for two Arizona fugitives is refocusing north tonight.

U.S. Marshals now say the last credible sighting of John McCluskey and Casslyn Welch was August 6 in Billings Montana.

The pair have been on the run since late last month when investigators believe Welch helped McCluskey and two other men escape from a private prison in northern Arizona.


Pima County sheriff's deputies know who their looking for in a murder that happened earlier this week on the northwest side.

47-year-old Jose Lopez is wanted for first degree murder.

Witnesses near River and Oracle heard gunshots and witnessed 38-year-old Ricardo Hylton pushed out of a black Mercedes Benz.

If you know where he is, call 911 or 88-CRIME.


A bank robber hit the Pima Federal Credit Union near Irvington and Palo Verde. It happened Thursday afternoon at 2 O'clock. A white man in his early 40s lifted his shirt and showed a gun.

He made off with some money. If you recognize him here, please call 88-CRIME.