US Marshals Reward for Former Marine, Raymond ‘RJ’ McLeod (Video)

WANTED: Raymond 'RJ' McLeod, Former Marine Involving Phoenix Woman killed in San Diego

The U.S. Marshals are seeking the public’s help in locating Raymond “RJ” McLeod. McLeod is a person of interest in the death of his girlfriend in June 2016.

On June 10, 2016, San Diego police responded to an apartment where a woman was reported not breathing.

The woman, identified as 30-year-old Krystal Mitchell, was pronounced dead on the scene. Mitchell was in San Diego visiting friends with McLeod.

Authorities said McLeod fled the scene before they arrived, and has eluded them ever since.

(Krystal Mitchell was found murdered in June 2016 during a trip with her boyfriend Raymond McLeod. McLeod, a former marine is believed to have fled Mexico. Courtesy of Crime Watch Daily and YouTube)

“Krystal Mitchell was the mother of two young children,” said Deputy U.S. Marshal Frankie Sanchez, lead case agent.

“Raymond McLeod may hold the key to her death. We need the public’s help in locating him so we can bring some sense of closure to Krystal’s family.”

Memorial set up by the family Krystal Mitchell. (Image courtesy of Fox 5)

A former Marine, McLeod is a 5-foot-11 white male weighing 245 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.

He has a tattooed muscular physique and is known to frequent gyms.

He is also known to use cocaine and marijuana, and seek entertainment in strip clubs.

McLeod is from Arizona, but authorities believe he may have fled across the border, and should be considered armed and dangerous due to his access to weapons.

A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading directly to McLeod’s arrest.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the nearest U.S. Marshals Service office.

Please call the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102, or email usms.wanted@usdoj.gov.

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Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at http://www.usmarshals.gov.

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