Man killed in 'brutal' decapitation inside Houston auto parts store

HOUSTON -- Police say a man seen in a grainy image taken from a surveillance camera is wanted for the brutal decapitation of a man inside a southeast Houston auto parts shop.

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Courtney Fischer reports the latest from the scene of what authorities call a "brutal" decapitation

A new image of Raymond Jackson, 62, has just been released. Jackson is now charged with murder after the body of 58-year-old Enayatolah Khorsand was found inside Mykawa Auto Parts store on Mykawa near Airport Boulevard.

RAW VIDEO: Homicide investigators at scene of decapitation in SE Houston
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Raw video shows the scene where a man was decapitated in southeast Houston

Employees found Khorsand's body around 6pm Thursday night and called police.

Investigators say the victim was decapitated in a "brutal" attack, but aren't sure of the motive.

HPD says they are actively searching for Jackson, who appears in a 2011 mugshot.

Raymond is described as a black male in his mid-60s, around 6 feet tall with a short afro. He also has gray hair on his chin.

Detectives say he was wearing a buttoned-up beige shirt with a rip on the lower right half of the shirt. He has an injury to the upper left area of his back.

Raymond is known to ride a bicycle or to take the METRO bus, and hangs around Cullen and West Bellfort, in addition to the Sunnyside area.

If you have any information about the suspect, you are asked to call HPD homicide at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 281-222-TIPS.
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