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Bossier City detectives need public’s help in homicide

Graciela Gonzalez Lozano (Courtesy of BCPD)

The Bossier City Police Department is continuing its investigation into a homicide that occurred last week.

On Nov. 11, Graciela Gonzalez Lozano, 50, was found unresponsive inside her apartment at 2201 Loreco St. after firefighters responded to a call of smoke coming from the residence.

Gonzalez Lozano was transported to LSU Oschner where she was pronounced deceased.  Signs of trauma were evident which prompted detectives to begin an investigation into her death. Following the autopsy, the Bossier Parish Coroner’s Office ruled the death as homicide. 

Detectives are now reaching out to the public for additional information about the crime.

Anyone with information who wants to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward can contact Bossier Crime Stoppers at 318-424-4100, or log onto www.p3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password-protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the App Store and download the free “P3tips” mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP address. Anonymity is guaranteed.

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