Help sought in shooting

November 02, 1994|By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,Sun Staff Writer

Harford sheriff's investigators are seeking information about the shooting of a Joppatowne man who was found dead Saturday of a gunshot wound to his head.

Investigators said yesterday that Michael Cory Allendorf, 31, of the 400 block of Enfield Road had been to nightclubs in Hunt Valley and York, Pa., shortly before he died, but that they still lacked details of the events that led to his death.

Mr. Allendorf's body was found at 7 a.m. Saturday on the road in front of his home. His 1968 white-over-red Ford Galaxy was parked nearby.

Detectives are hoping that someone will remember seeing the car or its driver late Friday or early Saturday and contact them with additional information. The antique car had one state historic license tag -- 64192L -- on the front and a cardboard tag in the rear window.

Deputies said the victim was wearing black pants and jacket.

Investigators said the victim was at Studebaker's nightclub in Hunt Valley on Friday night, left and drove to Fat Daddy's in York, then returned to Studebaker's, leaving there about 2 a.m.

Anyone with information should call Detective Edward Keck or Cpl. Paul Cole of the sheriff's office at (410) 879-7929 or (410) 836-5437. Calls will be kept confidential.

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