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Police still searching for Full Throttle Auto Service murder suspect

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Police are looking for 38-year-old Eric Grant, the man suspected of killing a worker at Full Throttle Auto Serivice on July 13, 2017. Police are looking for 38-year-old Eric Grant, the man suspected of killing a worker at Full Throttle Auto Serivice on July 13, 2017.
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A $5,000 FBI reward is still unclaimed as authorities search for a murder suspect. Law enforcement officials have issued a warrant for first-degree murder 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.

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 suspected of shooting and killing 50-year-old George Maldonado in a robbery at Full Throttle Auto Service on Chelton Road. Another man was shot and seriously injured. 

CSPD said Grant and another man, 59-year-old Derrick Davis posed as utility workers and targeted the auto shop. Davis was arrested in July at a hotel in Minnesota.

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