Police release photo of suspect on the loose in the murder of a Fairfax Co. father of 2

 Endless Taylor. (Photo, Fairfax County Police)  

Police have released a photo of the man they say is a suspect in the murder of an Alexandria man and father of two.

Fairfax County Police say they are searching for 24-year-old Endless Taylor of Alexandria who is suspected of stabbing acquaintance Ernesto Bonilla to death on December 1.

Police say Taylor should be considered armed and dangerous.

This happened in the 7100 block of Fairchild Drive in Alexandria.

Police were on routine patrol that night when they found the body of the 24-year-old Bonilla in the woods near Fairchild Drive. He had stab wounds to his upper body. They don’t know how long he had been there.

Taylor was identified after detectives say they recovered Bonilla's phone which was taken during the incident. Authorities say they are looking into an argument between Bonilla and Taylor in the weeks before the stabbing.

Bonilla is survived by two children and many relatives and friends.

“He was like a little brother to me and it sucks this had to happen like it did,” said friend, Victor Castro.

Luis’ brother Elmer said the 24-year-old had been searching for a job and had no fixed address. They say he was last seen at a nearby convenience store on Friday.

“They (police) are trying to look at some surveillance video from 7-11 where he was known to be with a group of people,” he said.

Taylor is described as standing 5’9" and weighs 175 pounds with neck tattoos, black hair and brown eyes.

Police are asking anyone with information on Taylor to call Detective Needels at 703-246-7904 or text “TIP187” to 274637.

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