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Police still searching for Camarillo man suspected of killing wife

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit is still searching for a man suspected of killing his wife early Friday morning in Camarillo.

Jose Guzman, 43, is described as 6 feet tall and 200 pounds. Ventura County Sheriff’s Office warns that Guzman may be armed.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department reports that Guzman and his wife were involved in an early morning domestic dispute at their Camarillo home on the 400 block of Walker Avenue. Guzman’s wife died at the Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center in Thousand Oaks at around 1:15 a.m.

“The investigation revealed that it was a domestic disturbance and that the woman that was transported was injured by a male who she was married to and the female eventually passed away from her injuries,” said Captain Garo Kuredijian with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department

Anyone with any information regarding Guzman is asked to contact the sheriff’s communications center at (805) 654-9511 or call 911.

A memorial fund for the victim, Stacey Guzman and the two young boys she left behind has been set up by her family, for information on how you can help go to their GoFundMe page.

Stacey Guzman’s sister Kelly Anderson spoke to NewsChannel 3 on Tuesday. She described her sister as a wonderful person who loved her sons more than anything.

“She was a kind loving mother of two beautiful boys, that will miss her very much. They will miss her tremendously. She was a very good mom she had her kids in all kinds of sports. She just loved her kids so much. Her biggest accomplishment in life was her kids,” said Anderson.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department has not yet released how Stacey was killed, but they say Jose Guzman may be armed. Anyone who sees Guzman or knows where he is should give police a call.

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