Sanford cops looking for 2 men who left dying man with a gunshot wound by ER doors of Central Florida Reg. Hospital

Sanford cops looking for Kobe Deron Hunter inconnection with a June 17 homicide / Headline Surfer®Sanford cops looking for 2 men involved in a homicide / Headline Surfer®SANFORD, Fla. -- The Sanford Police Department is attempting to locate Kobe Deron Hunter, in connection with the June 17, 2016 homicide of Daquan McClain.

On that date, Daquan McClain was carried to and left by the emergency personnel doors of the Central Florida Regional Hospital by two men who then left the premesis.

Daquan was later pronounced deceased due to a gunshot wound to the chest.

The exact time and location where the shooting took place is still under investigation. One of the subjects in the video has been identified as Kobe Deron Hunter.

Hunter is known to frequent the Washington Oaks Area in Sanford, and is being sought by Sanford PD homicide investigators for questioning. The other unidentified man is described as black, with shoulder length dreads. He was wearing a colored-shirt with a design on the front and basketball-style shorts.

The Sanford Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating Hunter and in learning the name of the other man with him.

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call Crimeline at 800 423-TIPS (8477) or visit Calls made to Crimeline remain anonymous, and tips to Crimeline that lead to solving a felony case are eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 dollars.

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