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Vehicle where the body was found (Source: Pinal County Sheriff's Office) Vehicle where the body was found (Source: Pinal County Sheriff's Office)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding a shooting suspect. 

On the evening of March 15, PCSO received a call about a man found shot to death in a vehicle near Stanfield Rd. and Miller Rd., in an unincorporated area of Stanfield. 

According to a PCSO release the deceased was identified as Juan Perez Jimenez.  The PCSO Homicide Unit had several leads to follow, but is now asking for the public's help.  They are asking for anyone with information to call PCSO at (520) 866-5149 or Silent Witness at 1-800-420-8689 ext. 5105. 

"Juan Perez Jimenez was brutally shot to death and left to die.  While detectives are following up on leads we know there are other people who have information related to this case and we are asking them to come forward," said Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.  "If you have information and wish to remain anonymous, we will ensure your identity is protected. Detectives want to bring closure to this case for the Jimenez family and ask for your help."

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