North Dallas Robbery Leaves Man Dead


A Dallas police car responds to a man fatally injured in North Dallas | Image by National Police Car Archives

A man with a gunshot wound was found in a North Dallas parking lot Tuesday, and law enforcement is asking for help.

The Dallas Police Department said it received a call Tuesday night a little before 11 p.m. When paramedics arrived at the 7700 block of McCallum Boulevard, they found a man who was fatally injured.

The victim succumbed to his injury and was pronounced dead at the scene. 

The victim’s car, however, was found in the 11800 block of Greenville Avenue, and police believe the motive was a robbery. The victim has not been identified, and there are no suspects in custody.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Detective Kimberly Mayfield by calling 214-671-3646 or emailing [email protected]. Refer to case number 006032-2023.

Crime Stoppers offers up to $5,000 for information about this felony offense. To share information anonymously with Crime Stoppers, call 214-373-TIPS (8477), 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If the man was shot at the location where his body was found, then the crime was committed in City Council District 12, for which Councilmember Cara Mendelsohn is responsible.

If the man was shot at the location where his car was found and traveled north afterward, then the crime was committed in City Council District 10, for which Councilmember B. Adam McGough is responsible.

Either way, the crime joins a 150% year-over-year increase in murder within Dallas across the first days of 2023, alongside an increase in street robberies.

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Tito Hornbuckle
Tito Hornbuckle
24 days ago

More people more evil more crime,more ignorance,more laziness,more crime,more drugs more addiction more crime.Cant undo whats been done,in any case! Prayers and justice to the victims and their families.