Anchorage police seek public help in solving old homicides

    2014 shooting in homeless camp left two dead, one injured.

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)  Anchorage police are hoping the public will help identify a man who shot three people at a homeless camp more than two years ago, leaving two of them dead and one critically injured.

    Police issued the plea Tuesday for information on the March 10, 2014, shooting at the campsite near downtown. Police say a man pulled the tent door open and fired several shots at the occupants.

    Killed were 47-year-old Mae Melovidov and 55-year-old Robert Workman. Police say the critically injured man survived.

    The suspect was described as a man wearing a black jacket with red stripes on the back.

    Police spokeswoman Jennifer Castro says a motive and suspect have not been identified.

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