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.READ MORE: Jalen Hurts, Eagles No Match For Cowboys In 41-21 Loss In Dallas
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.
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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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