Police continue investigation into murder of Lt. Ed Vidulich - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Reported by Janice Broach

Police continue investigation into murder of Lt. Ed Vidulich

Tuesday, Memphis police continued trying to piece together the movements of Lt. Ed Vidulich in the hours leading up to his murder Sunday night.

Investigators are talking with anyone who knew him or his wife, a dispatcher for the Shelby County Sheriff's department. 
 
"Everything is under investigation of who may have known him and who may have seen him. And we have no knew developments as of today," Monique Martin of the Memphis Police Department said.

Police said  Lt. Vidiluch was shot in his Frayser home.

There did not appear to be forced entry into his home and he did not struggle, something people who know him say is highly unlikely because he was 6'8 and quite imposing. Not the type of person who would at least fight his attacker if he could.

He is also described as a man who would not let someone he did not know into his house.

Investigators said it did not appear anything was taken from Vidulich's home.

Sources said it appears Vidulich may have known his attacker. But at this point police say they have no suspects.


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