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Update: Latest Lexington Homicide Victim Identified

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Updated: 7/17/2012 1:16 pm
The Fayette County Coroner has identified the man who was shot to death at an apartment on Dinsmore Drive this week.

The coroner said his name is Saul Perez Ruiz, 33.

Ruiz was found just after 2AM Monday.

He had been shot multiple times in the neck and chest.

A second person living in the same apartment told police he was the back bedroom when he heard a knock, then gunshots.
 
Witnesses told police four men left the scene in a silver SUV.
 
Police said they are still searching for the suspects.

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