Ex-Boyfriend No Longer Person Of Interest In Yeadon Homicide

YEADON, PA (CBS) –– Authorities say Mark Epps is no longer a person of interest in the homicide of Natasha Gibson in Yeadon, Delaware County.

Authorities say Gibson died after suffering a severe laceration to her throat on September 22. She was found on the 600 block of Baily Road.

Officials had named Mark Epps as a person of interest in the investigation, but authorities say they have received new leads regarding possible persons of interest.

Authorities have released a video of male they are calling a new person of interest, and they are attempting to locate him for questioning.

To view the video, click here. 

Authorities say he is to be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts are asked to contact Yeadon Police Detective J. Houghton 610-623-1500 or CID Detective Michael Jay, 610-891-4700.

 

 

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