GRANTS, N.M. (KRQE) - State police are asking for help to track down a suspect in a homicide south of Grants.
The homicide happened early Saturday morning in San Rafael.
That is where state police responded to reports of a suspicious death.
The victim, Weston Coho, 23, was found dead.
State police are not saying anything about how Coho was killed but they have identified Eloy Maes, 21, as the suspect.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Maes on charges of homicide, aggravated battery and tampering with evidence.
If you know where he is, call 911 or New Mexico state police at 505-841-9256.
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