Police have a sketch and description of the suspect in the pawn shop murder in Marquette Township.
27-year-old Robert Dusseau of Ishpeming was shot and killed 2 days ago.
He was one of the owners of the Quik Cash & Guns pawn shop on US-41.
There was an autopsy scheduled for this morning — no word yet on results.
State Police detectives from the Negaunee Post are among the people investigating.
They believe the murder happened sometime after 4 Tuesday afternoon.
The suspect was reported seen at the shop earlier in the day.
It’s said to be a white male anywhere from 35 to 45 years old.
He stands about 5’10” and weighs from 200 to 220 pounds, with brown hair long enough to cover his ears, a closely-cropped goatee and either silver-rimmed or gold-rimmed eyeglasses.
Police also say Dusseau drove a blue 2007 Pontiac Vibe 4-door with Michigan plates.
They’d like to know if anyone saw his vehicle anytime from about 5pm to 8pm Tuesday.
If you know any more about this, you’re being asked to call the Negaunee Post at 475-9922.
The federal ATF is also offering a $5,000 reward.