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Police look for man accused in New Years homicide at Bedford bar

Posted: 3:44 PM, Jan 01, 2017
Updated: 2017-01-03 14:55:47-05
Bedford police investigate shooting as homicide

Bedford police continue to look for a man who shot and killed another man at a bar early Sunday morning after being thrown out. 

Trevis Stephens, 33, was shot and killed on Northfield Road early Sunday morning and Bedford police think it was random.

According to Bedford police, the incident happened about 2:25 a.m. at Lounge 2.28 Bar and Grill. Stephens was sitting inside the lounge when a bullet came through a window and hit him.

Stephens was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries and he had no previous interaction with the shooter.

"He was a wonderful son, he loved his family," said Ruth Stephens. 

Authorities said a man turned himself in Monday, but was later released and is no longer considered to be a person of interest in the case. 

Police said security kicked the shooter out of the bar near closing time and returned with a gun he got from his car and shot randomly into the bar. 

Bedford police said they are following dozens of leads. Now, they are also looking for the woman who was with the alleged shooter. "There is a female driver, driving him away," said Bedford Police Det. Sgt. Rick Suts. He also said the woman will likely be charged. 

Police are looking for the man in the bottom right of the picture below wearing glasses. Authorities also looking for a woman that was with the shooter during the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bedford Detective Bureau at 440-232-3408.

Police say they also have a photo of the getaway driver.