Police Release Description Of Suspect In City's Latest Homicide

CLEVELAND – Cleveland Police have released a description in the city's latest homicide, Action News reported.

Action News cameras were the only ones on the scene after a Saturday night game of dice ended in death.

Police said that a robber gunned down 65-year-old James Raglan (pictured, above) at a car-repair garage on East 108th Street and Frank Avenue.

Raglan died a short time later at a local hospital. He leaves behind seven children, 17 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

"Whoever did this to him, they were wrong because I miss him," Raglan's young granddaughter Cynthia Green said. "He used to kiss us on our cheek."

Police said that there are no suspects in custody, but they said that they're looking for a dark-complexioned man who is probably between 40 and 50 years old. They added that the suspect is approximately five-feet, nine-inches tall and talks with a high-pitched voice.

The suspect was last seen wearing a blue, hooded shirt, dark pants, and light-colored shoes.