Image Released Of Man Wanted In Connection With Murder of 53 Cowboys in Arlington, TX

ARLINGTON, TX – Authorities are on the hunt Monday morning after the most saddening crime that’s hit the greater Dallas-Forth Worth area since the assignation of John F. Kennedy.

At approximately 7:38 PM Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys were playing a playoff game vs the Packers, where a man was said to have entered AT&T Stadium, murdering 53 Cowboys in the final seconds of the game.

“We’ve never seen precision like that from any suspect in our departments history” Police Chief Ronald Marlo told reports during the media briefing.

Via: Andrea Richardville

Over 72,000 eye witnesses have come forward, most in tears, and described the suspect ind detail to a police sketch artist.

That image is now being released to the public and the Arlington Police in conjunction with Dallas PD and the FBI is looking for your help to find the man.

Said to be dressed in green and yellow, wearing pads and a helmet, likely to shelf himself from those willing to fight back, authorities say the man they’re looking for is approximately 6’2″ and 230lbs.

Though he could be anywhere, those in the Atlanta area are being warned to keep an eye out. He is also listed at this time as ‘armed & dangerous.’