Friday evening, Twin Falls Police responded to a call of shots fired and upon arrival found the bodies of 2 individuals. An investigation has begun and there are 2 suspects wanted by the police.

The shooting happened at the Tint Shop on Kimberly Road in Twin Falls on Friday evening at about 8:19 PM. The report from the police on the city website states:

  • Twin Falls Police Officers responded to 2487 Kimberly Road, The Tint Shop, for a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, law enforcement discovered the bodies of two individuals, identified as Jaime Bravo, 26 years old and Jesse Ortiz, 36 years old.
  • The Twin Falls Police Department is working closely with the Twin Falls County Prosecutor’s Office and collaborating with the other law enforcement agencies and seeking the cooperation of the community to aid in the swift resolution of this case. If anyone has information related to the incident, they are encouraged to contact the Twin Falls Police Department at 208-735-4357 or Detective Morgan Waite at 208-735-7227.
  • Anybody who can identify these suspects is encouraged to call our department immediately. Our investigation has revealed that one of the suspects may go by the nickname “El Guero”. Because these suspects are considered armed and dangerous, the community is advised to not approach them.

Pictures of the suspects are below.

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Police can't release all the information in this ongoing case but will update the public with applicable information when appropriate.

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