The father of a Californian man killed last year while vacationing in Mexico recently discovered a potential clue that could help investigators locate his son's murderers.
Kris Meyer recently closed the account of his late son Taylor KNBC-TV in Los Angeles when he discovered two suspicious transactions by banks in Oklahoma City on December 7. On Friday, Oklahoma City police released security photos of a man and a woman at an ATM trying to use Taylor Meyer's credit card.
"Seeing the person who might have been involved – either in the murder or in the murder – has ties to the people involved in the murder – it made me feel very scary," Kris told Meyer the news station.
Taylor Meyer, 27, was robbed and stabbed in November in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, celebrating the 30th birthday of a friend. The grieving father believes his son was killed after withdrawing money from an ATM.
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Found "No break", earlier this year. "They stabbed him, took his wallet, his iPhone, his watch and his shoes."
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Before Meyer found the suspicious banking business, Meyer feared that the murder investigation would be cold because of Taylor's death.
or murderer, but wants her to be brought to justice.
"I think it was obviously a cruel thing, I want justice, but I really do not want anyone else to be murdered in Mexico," Meyer said.