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Police in South Tucson say they're looking for a man in connection with a homicide case last month.

They say 20-year-old Robert Anthony Vasquez is a considered a person of interest in the Jan. 12 shooting death of 18-year-old Jacob Leon.

Police believe Vasquez might be living near Lakeside Park on Tucson's east side.

They say Vasquez is known to carry weapons and has gang ties.

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