The credit card of Taylor Meyer, the American tourist who was killed on Mexico six months ago, was recently used in Oklahoma City, police reported.
According to a report from ABC News, pictures of a man who was seen using the card was posted on the Oklahoma City Police Department’s Facebook page on Friday. On the said post, the authorities are requesting for the public’s cooperation in identifying the suspect “to hopefully help investigators get one step closer to solving this tragic crime.”
In the photos, the man, wearing a dark cap and jacket, was captured driving a silver SUV and was accompanied by a woman. “Through the course of the investigation detectives working the case found out the victim’s credit card was used here in [Oklahoma City],” police added.
Taylor Meyer, a 27-year-old Californian tourist, was killed on November last year. His body was found in Playa del Carmen, along the Caribbean Sea, near the place where he and his friends were staying to celebrate a friend’s 30th birthday. Authorities claimed that Meyer was brutally stabbed to death during an apparent robbery.
In an interview with ABC Los Angeles Station KABC, Kris and Krista Meyer, parents of Taylor, said that they were told that their son’s body was discovered in a park near the bar where he had been with friends. His valuables, such as wallet, watch, shoes, and iPhone, was missing.
“We would just like the FBI overseeing and getting permission from the Mexican government to oversee this investigation,” his father said in the interview. “And so that we have clarity that we know that this is what really happened.”
With the photos at hand, the Oklahoma Police are urging anyone who knows the identity of the man to contact Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300 or submit a tip online (case #19-0028862).