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Conway police investigating early morning homicide

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CONWAY (KATV) - Conway Police were called to 475 Robins Street after a man was found bleeding on the porch of his home. 

When officers arrived to the residence around 1 a.m. Tuesday, they found Francesco Trujillo, 42, dead with a gunshot wound to the chest. 

The victim’s wife told detectives when she went to bed at midnight her husband was outside with some family members. Later she got up to check on him and found her husband lying on the porch.  She then called her family members who contacted police.

Relatives told police when they left Trujillo earlier in the night he was fine. According to police, the family said they did not know Trujillo had been shot until his wife called. 

A witness remembered hearing a gunshot and a car leaving the area. 

Any person with information on is asked to call Conway Police 501-450-6120 or text an anonymous tip to CRIMES (274637). Enter the keyword “Conway” and your tip.

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