Update: Police are looking for person of interest, 43-year-old Tierre Eady. Detectives believe he may have information regarding the homicide at the Holiday Station on Mountain View Dr. today and would like to speak with him. Eady is 6’0” tall, 210 pounds with short cropped black hair and brown eyes. If you have knowledge of his whereabouts, please call Police Dispatch at 311, option 1.
Police are seeking the public’s help to gather facts surrounding a homicide that occurred at the Holiday Station at 4627 Mountain View Drive at 10:12 am on Monday, Dec. 16.
When officers arrived, they found a man who had life-threatening gunshot wound. The man died at the scene.
Investigators say there was some kind of altercation before the shot was fired. No arrests have been made.
This is the 34th homicide in Anchorage in 2019, with the 35th homicide victim. Also, it’s the seventh homicide in December. The record for homicides was set in 2017 with 37.
Mountain View Drive is temporarily shut down between N Pine Street and N Bliss Street, and there will be a large police presence in the area as officers investigate.
Detectives are seeking witnesses who were in the area this morning and may have information. Anyone with information about this investigation, including surveillance video, is asked to call Dispatch at 311. To give an anonymous tip, you may contact Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP or online at AnchorageCrimeStoppers.com