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Santa Clara Cold Case: Mathew Flores, 1994

Matthew Flores, Born 05/17/1967, Cold Case #94-4062

On the morning of March 24, 1994, at approximately 8:20 a.m., the Santa Clara Police Department responded to a report of a male victim — Matthew Flores — who had been shot in the parking lot of Applied Materials located at 3225 Oakmead Village Dr., in the City of Santa Clara.

Flores was found deceased as the result of a single gunshot wound. The suspect(s) is unknown and remains at large.

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About Santa Clara’s Cold Cases

The Santa Clara Police Department’s Investigations Division is committed to investigating all crimes, including Cold Cases. The Santa Clara Police Department hopes that re-publicizing Cold Cases gives a voice to those who can no longer speak for themselves, with an ultimate goal of giving answers and a sense of closure to their loved ones.

A Cold Case is a crime, accident or missing person case that has gone unsolved. While each case is unique, most of these cases have gone unsolved for years and there are no active leads for investigators to pursue. If, however, new information emerges, the Santa Clara Police will thoroughly re-examine the case with fresh leads and new forensic technology.

With regular visibility, a suspect may also confess to the crime.

A Cold Case remains open until it is solved. The information you provide could be the missing link that solves the case.

Did You Witness This Crime? Stay anonymous and submit your crime tips using the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers mobile app P3TIPS, online at svcrimestoppers.org or by calling (408) 947-STOP. If your tip leads to an arrest, you are eligible for a cash reward.

The information you provide could be the missing link that solves the case. Case details can be found at https://bit.ly/2Cj20wY

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