Please Reach Out – Camnik Campbell

AUSTIN, Texas — The family of a man found shot to death by his car in the parking lot at Zilker Park near Barton Springs Pool on Aug. 25 is asking for anyone who may know something to come forward.

 

Austin police are still searching for leads in the case of 27-year-old Camnik Campbell.

 

In an update on Monday, Nov. 21, the Austin Police Department said several vehicles were in the area when Campbell was known to be in the park. They urged witnesses not to hesitate to come forward because the incident happened after park curfew hours.

Read more from KVUE here.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Austin Police Department at 512-974-TIPS.  You may submit your tip anonymously through the Capital Area Crime Stoppers Program by visiting austincrimestoppers.org or by calling 512-472-8477. A reward up to $1,000 may be available for any information that leads to an arrest.”

3 Ways to Submit a Tip

TIP LINE

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Tipsters remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $5,000

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