Police are looking for these two men who they believe are involved in the Oct. 2013 homicide of Dannon Foreman.
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Dannon Foreman homicide: Police release sketches of potential suspects

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CINCINNATI – The sketches of two men believed to be involved in an Oct. 16 homicide of a Cincinnati man were released Tuesday.

Investigators said Dannon Foreman, 34, was found dead just before 6:30 p.m. in the courtyard of the Ridge Hill Manor apartment complex in the 6200 block of Robison Road.

Foreman was shot in the back somewhere inside the building and made his way outside where he eventually collapsed in the grass, according to police.

RELATED: Police ID man found shot to death at apartment complex

Police describe the first suspect as a black man with a medium build who is 27 to 32 years old, 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-7 inches tall and bald.

The second subject is described as a black man with a slim build who is 20 to 25 years old, 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 inches tall, unkempt braids and acne on his face.   

If anyone recognizes the men, they are asked to call the criminal investigation section at 352-3542 or Crime Stoppers at 352-3040 or text “CINTIP” plus a message at CRIMES (274637).

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