Composite of Potential Warwick, Rhode Island, Murder Suspect Released

It's been three years since John "Jack" Fay Jr. was mysteriously killed

A composite of a potential murder suspect in Warwick, Rhode Island, has been released.

It has been three years since John "Jack" Fay Jr., a retired postal worker and Vietnam veteran, was mysteriously killed.

Based on blood and tissue evidence police found at the crime scene, necn affiliate WJAR obtained the profile of what the "unknown male" suspect potentially looks like.

"This picture is not telling you that that's our suspect. The odds of us making an arrest of a guy that looks just like this are about slim to none," police tell WJAR.

Still, police said they decided to release the composite in hopes of generating new leads.

Fay was attacked and killed on May 17, 2013 during his daily run at Warwick City Park.

If anyone has information that might be relevant to the case, contact (401) 468-4236 or (401) 468-4267. The anonymous TIP line can be reached at (401) 732-TIPS.

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