Police Release Composite Sketch In Louisville, Tenn. Murder
LOUISVILLE -- Police have received several calls after they released a composite sketch of a suspected killer. Though no arrest has been made, detectives said they believe the man (pictured, left) is responsible for the shooting death of 20-year-old Zak Scarpellini over the weekend in the Highlands, WLKY NewsChannel 32 reported.
Investigators said they'll circulate the composite in Scarpellini's neighborhood, though one resident said the man pictured doesn't look familiar.
"To me, it looks like it could be anybody, really," said Jon Harrod, a neighbor of the victim. "It's just a dark-haired guy. I don't know anyone that looks like that."
According to the police, the man is described as white with black hair, about 6 feet tall and 200 pounds.
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