After the city's 14th homicide this year, Killeen Police are asking that anyone with any information about the crime come forward to help solve the latest murder in Central Texas.

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An emergency call about a gunshot victim in the 1100 block of Wales Drive in Killeen, Texas was received Monday morning.

Murder in Killeen, Texas

KWTX is reporting that when officers arrived at the scene, they located a body in the residence. In a news release, police said this was an isolated incident, and there is no threat to the general public. The name of the victim will be released once the family is notified. Justice of the Peace Gregory Johnson has ordered an autopsy to be performed at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas.

According to the news release from Killeen Police Department, this is an active investigation and there is no additional information at this time.

Bell County Crime Stoppers

According to their website, Bell County Crime Stoppers relies on cooperation between the police, media, and the community to share information about crime and criminals.

Killeen Police are asking anyone who may have seen anything or has information about this murder to call 254-526-TIPS (8477). Tips can be submitted online at the Bell County Crime Stopper website, or you can download the P3Tips App (for IOS or Android) and give an anonymous tip. All information is confidential, and if your tip leads to the arrest of the individual or persons responsible, you could be eligible to receive a reward up to $1,000 in cash.

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