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Do you recognize persons of interest in El Shaddai Ministries murder case? (3)

Yesterday, we told you about a fatal shooting at a Lakewood motel in which clues are scarce. Neither is there a surplus of info available about a previous murder outside the El Shaddai International Ministries. However, the Denver Police Department has released a series of photos depicting persons of interest in the incident, which left one man dead. See them and get additional details below.

At about 12:20 p.m. on Saturday, May 31, according to the DPD, the body of a male homicide victim was found in the parking lot of the ministry, located at 3301 West Alameda Avenue.

Here's a DPD photo of the building....

...and an image of the parking lot entrance on Irving: Even though more than two weeks have passed since this grisly discovery, the victim's name has not yet been shared. But in recent days, the DPD has released images from surveillance footage shot in the area. Several images show a man riding a bicycle, including this one.... ...and this one.... ...and this one: Also made public is the following collage of pics featuring a bike rider and another guy seen in the area: Investigators aren't describing these men as suspects. Rather, they simply want to speak with them. If you can help, the folks at Metro Denver Crime Stoppers would like to hear from you. The number is 720-913-STOP (7867), and a reward of up to $2,000 is being offered.

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