Crime of the Week - Wichita and Sedgwick County
Crime of the Week - Wichita and Sedgwick County
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On Sunday, November 26th shortly after 11:30am, Officers from the Wichita Police Department were dispatched to a suspicious character call involving a vehicle in the 7800 block of E. Pagent. Officers located Hasan Rahman (pictured) deceased from a gunshot wound in the trunk of the vehicle.

Mr. Rahman, a 26 year old male, had been reported a missing the previous night by his co-workers at Pizza Hut. Mr. Rahman was a Pizza Hut delivery driver and left the restaurant shortly before 10pm Saturday night and did not return. After a period of time the restaurant sent a co-worker to Mr. Rahman’s last known delivery in the 1300 blk. of N. Williamsburg where the co-worker located property belonging to Mr. Rahman.

WPD officers were then contacted by his co-workers and officers responded to the Williamsburg location and contacted several residences who did not see or hear anything and an Attempt to Locate case was made on Mr. Rahman.

Pizza Hut has put up a supplemental reward in this case for $10,000.00 for any that may help solve this case and has released the following statement:

“There are no words that can express the grief and sadness we feel as a result of this tragedy. This is a very close-knit group, and this has hit us all very hard. Our offices are in Wichita and we are all members of this community. Hasan was an outstanding person and team member. Obviously, our employees and their safety is a top priority for us. We are fully cooperating with local law enforcement as part of their investigation. Our sincerest heartfelt sympathies go out to Hasan’s family, friends and our fellow team members affected by this senseless tragedy.”


Hasan Rahman 1    Hasan Rahman 2



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