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Deputies seek man who may have information about Plant City homicide

Deputies are looking for Angel Felix Pina, of Plant City, who they say may have information about a recent homicide.

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

Deputies are looking for Angel Felix Pina, of Plant City, who they say may have information about a recent homicide.

PLANT CITY — Hillsborough deputies are looking for a man they say might know something about a man found dead on Monday.

The body of Caleb Bruce Rife, 19, was found inside a home at 621 N Forbes Road about 4:40 p.m. Monday. Deputies called the death a homicide and said Rife suffered trauma to his upper body.

They say they want to find and interview Angel Felix Pina, 27, whose last known address is 1505 Jerome St. in Plant City.

Pina is described as a Hispanic male, 5-foot-7, 285 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Deputies said one of his hands may be deformed.

Anyone with information is asked to call deputies at 813-247-8200 or Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay at 1-800-873-8477.

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