ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - Roswell police are investigating the city's latest homicide and have named three "persons of interest" in the crime.
Police identified the victim as Tony Macks, who was in his 50s, and said he was killed just before midnight Thursday in the 1600 block of South Mulberry.
He had been shot, but for now investigators are keeping the details of the crime to themselves.
"They're just not done with the investigation right now, and they're holding back on that type of information," Sabrina Morales of the Roswell Police Department said.
Police have named three persons of interest in the case.
They are Raymond Hobbs, 21, James Stewart, 22, and Eric Sedillo, 20.
Raymond Hobbs is the brother of Gregory Hobbs who was convicted of killing a man last summer.
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