The daddy of a California man who was killed whereas vacationing in Mexico final yr just lately noticed a possible clue that might assist investigators find his son’s killers.
Kris Meyer was just lately closing out his late son Taylor’s checking account, he mentioned, when he noticed two suspicious transactions from Dec. 7 from Oklahoma Metropolis banks, KNBC-TV in Los Angeles reported. On Friday, Oklahoma Metropolis police launched safety photographs of a person and girl at an ATM drive-thru making an attempt to make use of Taylor Meyer’s bank card.
“Seeing the person who might probably — both he might have been concerned within the homicide or has connections to the individuals who have been concerned within the homicide — it gave me a really eerie feeling,” Kris Meyer informed the information station.
Taylor Meyer, 27, was robbed and stabbed to demise in November whereas in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, celebrating a buddy’s 30th birthday. The grieving father believes his son was killed after withdrawing cash from an ATM.
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“Witnesses noticed three folks assault him,” Meyer informed FOX Nation’s “No Interruption,” earlier this yr. “They stabbed him, took his pockets, his iPhone, his watch and his footwear.”
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Earlier than discovering the suspicious banking transactions, Meyer feared the homicide investigation into Taylor’s demise was going chilly.
He informed the Los Angeles station he forgives the killer, or killers, however desires them delivered to justice.
“I believe it was a merciless factor clearly, I would really like justice, however I actually don’t desire anybody else murdered in Mexico,” Meyer mentioned.