HCSO Homicide Investigators Seek Capital Murder Suspect

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Keith Dewayne Dillingham

(credit: Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

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The Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide investigators are seeking the public’s help in locating the killer of an Iraq war veteran. The suspect who has been identified as Keith Dewayne Dillingham has been charged with capital murder.

the Harris County Sheriff’s Office provides details of the murder: “On Monday, August 6, 2012 at approximately 3:00 a.m., HCSO deputies responded to a shooting at an apartment complex located at 9001 Jones Rd. in northwest Harris County. Upon arrival, deputies found 28-year-old Alexander Segura injured from apparent gunshot wounds. Segura was transported to Ben Taub Hospital where he later died from his injuries.”

Alexander Segura

Alexander Segura was murdered over the summer. (credit: Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

Upon a thorough investigation,officials learned that two black males who were wearing dark clothing and” hoodies” robbed Segura at gunpoint. Segura sat inside a vehicle with a friend. Dillingham was named as one of the suspects involved in Segura’s shooting death. Segura who was an Iraq war veteran, leaves behind his wife and two-year old son.

Alexander Segura

Alexander Segura was an Iraq war veteran and leaves behind a wife and young son. (credit: Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

Anyone with information on Keith Dewayne Dillingham’s whereabouts is being urged to call Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-TIPS (8477). Tipsters could earn up to $5,000 for any information leading to the arrest of Dillingham. Tipsters can also text TIP610 plus the tip to CRIMES (274637). For tipsters with access to the Internet can leave their tip on the Crime Stoppers of Houston website. The HCSO reminds tipsters that they can remain anonymous.

Cicely C. Mitchell/ CBS Radio Houston

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