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  PPB seeks public’s help finding who killed Robert Lewis in 2019   Saturday marks the two-year anniversary of Lewis' death  


Story by The Oregon Herald Staff
Published on Monday April 26, 2021 - 6:42 AM
 
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PORTLAND, Oregon - Police are asking for help to solve solve the murder of a Southeast Portland man.

On April 24, 2019, at 7:07 p.m., Portland Police East Precinct officers were sent to the report of a man who had been shot in the area of Southeast 93rd Avenue and Henry Street.

Police and a medical teem arrived and found 34-year-old Robert Lewis IV suffering from traumatic injuries but that Lewis had died at the scene. An autopsy found that Lewis died from a gunshot wound.

Police located evidence of gunfire at the scene but did not locate any suspects in the area.

The Lewis family continues to grieve for the loss of their loved one and has shared photographs of Lewis to be released in the hopes that someone might have information about his death.

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