Police have no suspects, no witnesses and few leads in the fatal shooting of a man early Saturday morning.
Officers responding to the report of shots fired in the area of Ninth and Wabash shortly before 1 a.m. found Barry J. Mosley, 30, lying in the street, Wichita police Lt. Jason Stephens said Monday. That’s southwest of 13th and Mosley.
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Mosley had been shot multiple times and was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after 1 a.m., according to a police document on the incident. While more than one caller reported hearing gunshots to 911, police were unable to find any witnesses to the shooting, Stephens said.
Callers “were better than a block away” from where the shooting actually occurred, he said. The calls originated near 12th and Wabash.
“We’re still looking for any … witnesses who haven’t come forward” as well as anyone who might have information related to the incident, Stephens said.
Mosley lived about 2 miles from where he was shot, Stephens said.
Anyone with information related to the case is asked to call 911, Crime Stoppers at 316-267-2111 or the homicide unit at 316-268-4181, Stephens said.
This is the fifth homicide of the year in Wichita.