Police searching for two suspects in Christmas Eve killing

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. —  Memphis police need your help identifying two individuals who could help them solve a recent homicide.

On Dec. 24, officers were called to the 2400 block of Ketchum where they found two people shot.

One of the men — Juan Garcia-Rincon — died from his injuries two days later.

Memphis police released pictures of the men they think are responsible for the Christmas Eve slaying. (They are shown below.)

"When I came out, I just saw him lying on the porch and another guy laying on the ground," neighbor Patricia Anderson recalled.

She said the fear that jolted through her body in that moment of staring across from her home to her neighbor's front door still haunts her.

"It makes you scared to come out your house," she said. "I say I gotta move."

Everyone we talked to in the Willows Oaks apartments said this is nothing new. Someone got killed two weeks before, a neighbor said.

They think someone is targeting the Hispanics in the complex, trying to rob them for their cash.

Anderson said people knew Garcia-Rincon as a quiet man but a hard worker. She admits she still catches herself staring across the way since she's so used to seeing him.

She knows her neighbor isn't coming back but she thinks exposing the bad guys could put a stop to the senseless crime ruining her complex.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH.

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