CPD names Greyhound terminal murder suspect; warrant issued

Chicago police said Rodnee Miller is wanted in connection with a murder outside the Greyhound bus terminal in October 2022. | CPD

Chicago police are asking for help as they try to track down a man in connection with the fatal shooting of a Greyhound employee outside the company’s West Loop terminal, 630 West Harrison, last month.

Rodnee Miller, 26, is the subject of an active arrest warrant for the October 24 murder of Duwon Gaddis, 30, according to a bulletin from Chicago police detectives.

Gaddis had just exited his car and was walking toward the bus station when Miller walked up and shot him to death around 11:16 a.m., according to police.

Miller stands about 5’10” tall, weighs 200 to 225 pounds, and may have a beard.

Anyone with information about him can call CPD Detectives Leavitt or Taglieri at 312-744-8261. Alternatively, they can contact the FBI tip line at 312-421-6700 or submit tips anonymously at CPDTip.com

The Chicago police case number is JF-447120.

Police previously released surveillance images of the killer, whom they said arrived on a bus from Minneapolis and waited for Gaddis. After killing the victim, the gunman changed clothes inside the bus station and escaped, according to Chicago police.

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