Detectives seek community’s help to solve murder of Todd Beamer teen

The body of 17-year-old Cameron Wilson was found in Fife on May 13.

Fife detectives are seeking the community’s help in solving the murder of a Todd Beamer High School student.

The body of 17-year-old Cameron Wilson was found in a Fife parking lot near Pacific Highway East and Willow Road on May 13. Wilson’s cause of death was a gunshot wound to the chest; his death was ruled a homicide.

Police responded to the area for reports of a gunshot around 12:20 a.m.. Minutes later Wilson’s body was located, according to Fife police.

Wilson’s friends had seen him just before the shooting and he was planning to meet up with someone who he had an ongoing dispute with, Fife police stated.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect, or suspects, involved, suspicious activity in the area at the time, or vehicles possibly involved is urged to submit a tip to Crime Stoppers of Tacoma-Pierce County by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Those with information can also contact detectives via the P3 Tips App, or through the Tacoma Pierce County Crime Stoppers website.

All callers will remain anonymous.




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