Wichita home is the scene of a 2nd homicide investigation this year

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Police say the death of a 73-year-old man over the weekend say it happened at a home where a man was found stabbed to death earlier this year.

Raymond Koob Jr. was found dead in his home in the 1300 block of South Greenwood late Sunday afternoon. Police say he'd suffered extensive injuries and that they're investigating his death as a homicide. 

In a camper parked in the driveway of the same home is where 50-year-old William "Billy" Callison's body was found on May 12. Police have not said if there's any other connection between the two deaths.

(MORE: Family and friends gather to remember Billy Callison)

The suspects in Callison's murder, 25-year-old Royce Thomas and 24-year-old Micaela Spencer, are each charged with first-degree murder and two counts of theft. Both remain jailed on $500,000 bond. 

Anyone with information in Koob's death is asked to call police.

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Wichita police say they're investigating the death of a 73-year-old man as a homicide. 

Officers responded at around 5:15 p.m. Sunday to a death report in the 1300 block of South Greenwood, near Hydraulic and Southeast Boulevard. 

Capt. Brent Allred said a 52-year-old woman arrived at the home to find the door open and found him unresponsive inside. The victim, Raymond Koob Jr., had suffered extensive injuries and was pronounce dead at the scene. 

Capt. Allred said the woman was an acquaintance who sometimes takes Koob to church and had gone to check on him. 

Anyone with information is asked to call WPD detectives at (316) 268-4407 or Crime Stoppers at (316) 267-2111. 

Koob's death is the 23rd criminal homicide of 2019.

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