Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Suspect wanted in deadly shooting near 45th and Center
Updated: 11:33 p.m. on May 8, 2020
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The family of a Milwaukee man who was shot and killed by a stranger while driving down the street still hasn't gotten justice.
Police say 51-year-old Terry Wilkins was driving west on Center Street around 9 a.m. on September 29, 2019.
When he got to the corner at 45th, another driver turned, shot him, then drove away.
A good Samaritan stopped to help, but Wilkins died on the scene.
All investigators have is a photo of the suspect's vehicle -- a black 2016-2018 four-door Nissan Altima with a broken fog lamp on the driver's side.
If you know who killed Terry Wilkins, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS.
You're always anonymous and could get a $1,000 cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest.
Posted: 3:13 p.m. on October 17, 2019
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- CBS 58 is a proud partner of Milwaukee Crime Stoppers, and each Thursday during our newscasts we'll feature the crime of the week.
This week, police are asking for help finding the person who shot and killed a 51-year-old man while he was driving his car on Sept. 29.
Milwaukee police say the victim was driving westbound in the 4500 block of W. Center Street when someone shot him.
A good Samaritan stopped to help. Milwaukee firefighters and EMS crews tried to save him, but he died at the scene.
"Investigators arrive on scene, check for video, and during the course of this is when they discovered this valuable piece of video which shows what we think is the suspect vehicle," Capt. Craig Sarnow said. "Can't focus in on the license plate or get an accurate picture of who this may be, and that's why we need the public's help."
Investigators believe the suspect was driving a 2016-2018 black, four-door Nissan Altima with a burnt out fog lamp on the driver's side.
Anyone with information about this fatal shooting is asked to call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can anonymously give information to help crack the case, and there's no way to trace the call.
You can also receive up to $1,000 in a cash reward.