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38-year-old Eric Grant is facing first-degree murder charges 38-year-old Eric Grant is facing first-degree murder charges
COLORADO SPRINGS -

A $5,000 FBI reward is still unclaimed as authorities search for a murder suspect. Law enforcement officials have issued a warrant for 38-year-old Eric William Grant.

He is one of two suspects investigators believe was involved in a deadly robbery at Full Throttle Auto Service in Colorado Springs earlier this month.

Police say Grant should be considered armed and dangerous. He is identified as a black male, 6'2" tall, 185 pounds with a muscular build, black hair and brown eyes. The photo in this story, shows Grant with a bald head and a beard.

The warrant and reward were issued earlier this week, but as of today no leads have been made public. If you know where Grant is you are asked to contact CSPD at 444-7000. You can also leave an anonymous tip with CrimeStoppers.

Grant is facing first-degree murder charges related to the July 13, 2017 incident where auto-shop owner 50-year-old George Maldonado was killed, and another man was seriously injured.

CSPD says Grant and another man, 59-year-old Derrick Davis posed as utility workers and targeted the auto shop on Chelton Road. Davis was arrested earlier this month at a hotel in Minnesota.

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