MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) - A memorial service was held in Birmingham Tuesday for KyserMiree. Miree was murdered in his home on Macy Place. Police arestill trying to come up with information that might lead to anarrest.
Police investigators were back on Macy Place Tuesday morning.Tow trucks were brought in to move a pickup and camper thatbelonged to Kyser Miree.
The vehicles were parked in the lot of a local law firm. Anemployee for the firm said someone parked the truck and camperthere last Friday, the same day Miree was killed.
Police say Miree was shot inside his home around 11:30 thatnight. Miree's older model pickup is still parked in front of thehouse.
Workers next door said neighbors want to know what happened.
Police say the 23-year-old was murdered but that is all theinformation they are releasing at this time.
"We toppled this ladder over here so they could get on top ofthe house and take a look around. I guess they were looking for aweapon," Roy McDonald said.
Police have not said if they found a weapon in the house ornot.
"There's all kinds of things you can speculate. If there's notsigns of breaking in somebody could have knocked on his door andforced their way in," McDonald said.
Those are just some of the ideas running through people'sminds.
There's an obituary with Kyser's picture right in front of thehouse. It tells us everything about his life, where he went toschool, his achievements, even his relationship with his family,but we still know very little about his death.
"They been out here investigating and taking pictures and stuff,but I don't think nobody really knows," Danny Ringer said.
Neighbors appear to be the only ones talking about the caseright now.
Miree graduated from Vanderbilt University last year. He movedto Mobile to work as an engineer for Chevron.
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