FBI seeks information from public during homicide investigation

According to the FBI,

On October 9, 2021, the body of 33-year-old Josue Calderon was found along the Blue Ridge Parkway near milepost 289.8 in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Calderon is from Rhode Island. It has been determined that Calderon traveled with two other men in a 2018 silver Chevrolet Equinox, Florida license plate KBYE67, from Rhode Island to North Carolina.

To develop a more detailed timeline, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Park Service Investigative Services Branch are asking the public to contact us if they saw the men or the Chevrolet Equinox SUV on October 6, 2021, or October 7, 2021, between Raleigh, North Carolina and Blowing Rock, North Carolina. 

If you have any information concerning this case, please call the FBI Charlotte Field Office at (704) 672-6100 or the National Park Service tip line at 1-888-653-0009. You may also contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Field Office: Charlotte


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