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POLICE HAVE IDENTIFIED HOMICIDE VICTIM

Police have identified the man found shot to death in a truck on Commandant Gade early Monday morning as Craig Bess.
Bess, who was 30 years old according to a release from the Police Department, lived on Commandant Gade, also known as Garden Street.
Bess, initially identified by police only as a black male, was found in the back of what was reported at the scene to be his mother's truck, parked a block south of All Saints Cathedral School.
Police have appealed to anyone with information to call Major Crime Unit detectives at 774-4050 or 774-2211, the confidential crime line at 777-8711 or emergency number 911.

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Police have identified the man found shot to death in a truck on Commandant Gade early Monday morning as Craig Bess.
Bess, who was 30 years old according to a release from the Police Department, lived on Commandant Gade, also known as Garden Street.
Bess, initially identified by police only as a black male, was found in the back of what was reported at the scene to be his mother's truck, parked a block south of All Saints Cathedral School.
Police have appealed to anyone with information to call Major Crime Unit detectives at 774-4050 or 774-2211, the confidential crime line at 777-8711 or emergency number 911.