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$2,500 reward offered in murder case

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US Marshals are offering a 25-hundred dollar reward if you can lead them to murder suspect Tyrone Hoskins. Hoskins allegedly sent a message through social media to police saying he'll turn himself in if detectives release the video of the incident. Police say Hoskins can see the evidence when he turns himself in.

Toledo police say if you see murder suspect Tyrone Hoskins give them a call. US Marshals are offering a reward.

"Now the marshal services is going to offer $2500 leading to the arrest or Little T AKA Tyrone Hoskins. again you're anonymous your name doesn't go anywhere. You can call crimestopper or 1-866-4-wanted again your totally confidential you'll never have to testify," said U.S. Marshal Rodney Hartzell.

Hoskins is accused of shooting and killing Michael Williams in the 15 hundred block of Ottawa drive. The victim's girlfriend spoke to 13abc

"You should never take somebody's loved one like this," said the victim's girlfriend Amanda Langston.

Police thought they had Hoskins during a stop at Detroit near Monroe today.

"There was an alleged spotting of Tyrone this afternoon and obviously it was not him," said Lt. Dan Gerken.

 Authorities say they are starting to get bogus tips on Hoskins whereabouts. Investigators believe he skipped town. Hoskins is 5-7 about 250 pounds with tattoos
      
"That's a tattoo on his on its gates RIP.  He also has a another tattoo on his left arm Melinda with a rose," said Hartzell.
     
Call Crimestopper or 1-866-4-wanted.

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