TPD in search of 3 men in connection with east-side shooting - Tucson News Now

TPD in search of 3 men in connection with east-side shooting

Tucson Police need help identifying these three men (SOURCE: TPD) Tucson Police need help identifying these three men (SOURCE: TPD)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Seeing them for the first time, Jajuan Gordon's widow is overwhelmed to see pictures of the three men Tucson Police are looking for in connection to his murder.

"It's hard to believe that these people could very well be possibly the people that were responsible for taking away my husband, my children's father," said Deandra Young, Gordon's window. "I don't even know what to say."

Authorities say the men could have information about last month's shooting that happened at a bus stop on East Golf Links Road between Wilmot and Kolb Road.

"I really hope they help. I hope that somebody sees them and recognizes them. I hope that they see them, so that they know we're on to them and I hope they're caught," said Young.

Kenny Kyee worked with Gordon for many years at Mo's Car Wash. Dealing with the tragedy has been difficult for him.

"He was just a real down to earth people person," said Kyee. "Actually, that day he worked and then that morning I heard about it and couldn't believe it. Something that bad could happen to someone that good."

He hopes someone will come forward with information.

"Just praying that someone will recognize these faces and have the nerves and guts to turn them in," said Kyee.

Gordon's family hopes to have justice one day for the special man in their life.

"If you've seen that picture or know those people, please speak up and call in and help us." 

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