Two teens charged with the murder of a local pizza delivery driver

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**UPDATE** 

Shreveport Police have charged two teen suspects in the murder of Lester McGee.

Police have identified 13-year-old Anthony Mandigo, along with another 16-year-old male juvenile.

The 16-year-old was taken into custody and is currently housed in a juvenile correctional facility.

Police ask if anyone knows where Anthony Mandigo is to contact Crime-Stoppers at 318-673-7373.

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**ORIGINAL STORY**

There is new help being offered in the attempt to solve the recent murder of a young man who was shot and killed while working as a pizza delivery driver in Shreveport.

The young man was working for Dominos the night he was killed and company representatives recently came to Shreveport to find how they can lend support.

Shreveport Police Officials said on the night of November 3rd, 28-year-old Lester McGee was found dead, shot multiple times, on West 68th Street in Cedar Grove. He was making deliveries for Dominos Pizza when murdered.

Police have released surveillance footage of that night hoping someone would come forward with information.

The President of Caddo-Shreveport Crime-Stoppers said the board recently met with regional safety directors from Dominos, who flew into Shreveport to help ensure justice would be found for their driver. 

“They’ve been great working with since,” said Reed Ebarb, Caddo-Shreveport Crime-Stoppers president. “They’ve constantly been reaching out to us since, to let us know if there’s anything we need from them. They’re happy to supply.”

Ebarb adds Dominos also provided $7,500 in reward money.

“It’s pretty rare. It’s not very often we have companies that reach out to us and they really want to do something or be apart of the solution,” Ebarb said.

The money is in addition to Crime-Stoppers reward of $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.

People can call Crime-Stoppers and remain anonymous or report on their app P3Tips.Com.

“At the core of all of it, we’re looking for the killer,” said Ebarb. “We’re looking for information on who committed that crime.”

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