Police cars flocked a Dallas hotel Sunday evening after a body was discovered in one of the hotel rooms. The victim, a man, was last seen entering the hotel accompanied by two women.
Brian Sample, 46, checked in to the Le Méridien Dallas, located at the 13000 block of Noel Road, earlier on Sunday. His body was found at 5:19 p.m. the same day. Police suspect ‘homicidal violence’ as the reason for the man’s death.
A citywide manhunt for the two women accompanying Sample to the Dallas hotel is currently underway. Police have collected pictures of the two women from a surveillance video captured by one of the hotel’s closed circuit cameras, as reported by Star Telegram. Although the two women continue to remain unidentified, police are expecting a crackdown soon.
In light of the search for the two women upheld as primary suspects, the Dallas police are now appealing to the public to come up with information. Why Sample was with the two women in the hotel room is yet to be determined.
Where To Contact Police
Crime Stoppers have proposed to pay a prize money of $5,000 to anyone with information leading to arrest and indictment of felony offenses. A 24×7 hotline has also been made available by Crime Stoppers for those who wish to report anonymously. It is 214-373-TIPS.
According to a police statement, two other men were also captured on the surveillance camera. The Dallas police Department seems to be interested in them as well, as reported by NBC 5.
If you want to view the photo of the two suspects, please follow this link.
To provide information on, or to point out, the two women directly to the Dallas Police Homicide Unit, you can call on 214-671-3661.
Detective Chaney of the Dallas Police Department can be reached via phone at 214-671-3650 or by email email@example.com.
To be noted that the Dallas Police case number 283171-2016 should be used for reference purpose.