SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Investigators with the Salt Lake City Police Department need more help from the public to find the person who shot and killed a University of Utah football player at a house party Sunday morning.
Aaron Lowe, 22, was killed and a 20-year-old woman injured in the shooting outside a house party in Sugarhouse.
In a new press release published on social media, the police department explained they need more help getting a hold of photos and videos that may have been taken at the party.
"We believe there are videos and photos from the party that have not been provided to detectives," the police explain.
While investigators continue to follow up with witnesses who provided statements on the scene of the deadly shooting, the department believes they may be missing some images and video from the party that could help them find Lowe's killer.
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"We believe the suspect or suspects may have been inadvertently captured in a selfie, group photo or other social media post."
The press release continues, "we are only interested in one thing: finding the person or persons responsible for shooting and killing Aaron Lowe and critically wounding the 20-year-old woman."
Detectives will come to anyone who has information or images and video from the party, promising tips can remain anonymous.
"Our detectives have been working exhaustively on this case from the very start, and they are committed to solving this homicide."
The request for help comes one day after students at the UofU held a vigil to honor Lowe's life.
The star football player was the first recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship, created after the 2020 accidental shooting of the defensive cornerback who played on special teams.