Yellowknife, Canada – Authorities are still on the hunt for Karlos Hemming, a 29-year-old man who is wanted for the murder of 17-year-old Lewis Payne back in 2012. The incident happened over a familial dispute, and according to reports, Hemming allegedly ran over Payne twice after Payne was shot by one of Hemming’s associates, who is already in jail.
The case has been a long-standing one, and authorities have been working tirelessly to find Hemming, who has managed to evade them for years. Payne’s family has been seeking justice for their son’s death, and the authorities are urging anyone with any information on Hemming’s whereabouts to come forward and help in the investigation.
“We are still actively investigating this case, and we urge anyone with any information to come forward,” said Inspector Barry Clark of the Yellowknife RCMP. “We understand that this has been a long time coming, but we are determined to bring closure to the Payne family and see justice served.”
Lewis Payne’s murder was a tragic incident that shook the community, and authorities have been working hard to bring the perpetrators to justice. Hemming has been on the run for nearly a decade, and his continued evasion of the authorities has made him a person of interest in the case.
The RCMP has asked the public to be vigilant and report any sightings of Hemming, who is considered to be armed and dangerous. Hemming’s family has also been urged to come forward and help in the investigation.
“Karlos Hemming has been on the run for far too long, and we urge anyone who knows his whereabouts to contact us immediately,” Inspector Clark said. “We also urge Hemming’s family to come forward and help us in our investigation. It’s time for closure for the Payne family, and we need all the help we can get to bring justice to Lewis Payne.”
The investigation into Lewis Payne’s murder is ongoing, and the authorities are determined to find Hemming and bring him to justice. The public’s assistance is crucial in solving this case, and anyone with information is urged to contact the Yellowknife RCMP immediately.