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DAILYKENN.com --Justin Lett, age 28, was fatally shot. His bullet-riddled body was found in a Birmingham, Alabama alley, according to al.com.

Lett was reported missing on May 12, 2018 and found deceased two days later. 

Arrested for the crime is 29-year-old Cameron Cook. The arrest was reported November 26, 2020. Reports say Cook was in jail on another capital murder charge, being held without bond. 

His arrest was the outcome of an extensive investigation. 

Excerpted from abc3340.com ▼

The Birmingham police department reported Thursday that an arrest has been made in the 2018 cold case murder of Justin Lett.

Police said after an extensive investigation, detectives obtained a warrant for murder against Cameron Cook, 29, of Birmingham. Cook was already in the Jefferson County Jail on another Capital Murder charge with no bond.

Justin Lett was reported missing by his family on May 12, 2018 after leaving a night out with friend in Five Points South.

Two days later on Monday, May 14, 2018 Birmingham officers found Justin's body lying on the ground at the 1100 block of Appalachee Street.

He was shot to death multiple times, according to police.

[Bullet-riddled body found in Birmingham alley is missing man Justin Kyle Lett, al.com, Updated Mar 06, 2019; Posted May 15, 2018]

[Birmingham police make arrest in cold case murder, by Jack Helean, Thursday, November 26th 2020] 

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