The Killeen Police Department and Bell County Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help identifying a man they say was caught on surveillance footage breaking into a home late last year.

In mid-December, Killeen police were briefed about a burglary of a home in the 600th block of North 20th Street.

Detectives were told the man in the surveillance stills shared here was caught on video arriving at the home in a maroon Chevy Tahoe before forcing his way in and helping himself to some things.

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Detectives with the Criminal Investigation Division, Property Section are asking anyone who may recognize this guy or have any information that could help bring him to contact Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS (8477) or online at bellcountycrimestoppers.com. Information can also be submitted via the free P3Tips mobile app.

All information submitted to Crime Stoppers is anonymous and confidential, and information leading to an arrest could net you a cash reward of up to $1,000.

Crime Stoppers and Killeen PD are also seeking information about a murder case from early last year.

On February 11, 2020, Teckla Domesca was found dead from a gunshot wound on the porch of a home in the 1000 block of Cedar Drive. Police still do not have a suspect, and they're hoping someone out there will do the right thing and come forward with information that can help them seek justice for Domesca. If you saw or heard anything or have any tips that might help, please contact Bell County Crime Stoppers.

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