Southern Arizona's Most Wanted - Terry E. Dixon

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Tucson Police Department's Gang Crimes Unit is asking for help locating Terry Dixon.

On March 24, 2011 at approximately 9:40 p.m., the Tucson Police Department received a 911call from a subject claiming to have been shot in the area of West Simmons Street and North Tuttle Avenue. Officers from Operations Division West responded to the area within two minutes and located the caller, a 20-year-old male suffering from apparent gunshot wounds, in the 1000 block of west Simmons. This subject directed officers to a residence in the 3700 block of north Tuttle where they located a 17-year-old male and 24-year-old male outside the residence, both suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Officers rendered first-aid until paramedics arrived. The three subjects were transported to a local hospital. The 17-year old and 20-year old are expected to survive their injuries. The 24-year-old male was pronounced deceased a short time later. Next of kin have not been notified.

As officers first arrived on scene and began to render aid to the victims, a male ran from the scene. Despite a search assisted by the Air Support Unit and the Service Dog Unit, the subject was not located. His role in the incident has not yet been determined. Officers contacted at least two other subjects in the area who may have information about the incident.

The police are looking for witnesses to the incident, as well as the suspect.

The suspect is Terry Dixon, a 18-year-old caucasian male standing 5'7" and weighing 180 pounds.  He has brown hair and blue eyes.

If you have any information on the suspects' whereabouts please call 88-CRIME.

CORRECTION: In the video the suspect is said to be 22-years-old.  He is actually 18.