Murder Investigation Underway in William Pitts Park, Nashville

Detectives seek information on the murder of Francisco Almazan-Rojas in South Nashville.

In the early hours of the morning, Nashville’s William Pitts Park became the scene of a tragic incident. Homicide Unit detectives are currently investigating the murder of 36-year-old Francisco Almazan-Rojas, whose life was abruptly ended by gunfire. The discovery of his body was made at 8 a.m. in the park located off Tusculum Road.

Almazan-Rojas was last seen driving his red 2012 Ford F-150 pickup truck, bearing the Tennessee license plate number 450BKBB, on the night before his untimely death. The vehicle is now missing, adding an urgent component to the investigation as detectives work to piece together the events leading to Almazan-Rojas’s death.

The Nashville Police Department is calling on the community for assistance. Anyone with information regarding the fatal shooting of Almazan-Rojas or the whereabouts of his missing pickup truck is encouraged to reach out. Information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463. In an effort to motivate potential witnesses to come forward, callers may qualify for a reward of up to $5,000 in this homicide case. The department emphasizes the anonymity of tips provided through Crime Stoppers, ensuring that individuals can share information without fear of retribution.

This incident has undoubtedly shaken the South Nashville community, prompting a thorough investigation by local authorities. The Nashville Police Department is dedicated to bringing justice to the victim and his family, relying on the cooperation of the public to solve this heinous crime.

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