Shaun Hamblen missing Memphis
Update: Alfonzo Amos, 21, has been charged with first degree murder in connection to Shaun. According to an affidavit, Amos admitted to “taking part” in his disappearance and that he was shot and killed according to Fox 13 Memphis.
December 6, 2018 – Two individuals have been detained and a body has been found.
Fox 13 is stating that “police received information that a body was found in the 3600 block of McDuff, which is a residential area more than 10 miles away from where the car was located. The identity has not been released by police.
“Our worst fears have been confirmed. The body of Shaun Paul Hamblen has been found. Two suspects are in custody. This is all I have to say.
This is a picture I took of Shaun and his daddy, Paul when Shaun was about 3 years old. This is now my mental image of heaven. Thank you for all the love and support.”
Shaun Hamblen, 23, is missing from Memphis, Tennessee. He was last seen around 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 29, 2018, leaving LA Fitness on Poplar and Perkins. His black 2013 G37 Infiniti four door with Tenn. Tag # 1F5 7Z3 was found Friday, Nov. 30. The Memphis Police Department checked surveillance and it showed Shaun getting into a 2008-2011 Grey to Dark Grey Ford Focus. Memphis Police Department has stated they believe his is endangered, reports WMC 5.
Shaun’s mother posted, “Searching for Shaun: there is not an official search party. I would not be able to tell you where to look. If you have a feeling in your bones to go walk around XYZ place, feel free to do so. If you go searching and find something , don’t touch it, call 545-COPS.”
Shaun Hamblen is described as 5 feet 11 inches tall, about 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a white short sleeved T-shirt.
Anyone with information about Shaun or the car the video saw him get into, please call the Memphis Police at (901) 545-2677. There is a $16,000 reward.
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