Illinois State Police are looking for information in East St. Louis, Homicide of Alexis S. Winston

The Illinois State Police are still looking for the public’s help with any information regarding the Homicide of Alexis Winston.
On Tuesday,August 8, 2017, at approximately 4:02AM, the East St. Louis Police Department responded to a 911 report of a possible home invasion in progress in the 1200 block Market Street.  Within moments officers arrived and discovered a female victim deceased inside an apartment from apparent gunshot wounds.  The East St. Louis Police Department requested the assistance from the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis.
The victim is identified as Alexis S. Winston aged 23 from East St. Louis.  There was a toddler aged child in the home at the time of the incident that was found by police unharmed.
 
 
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