U.S. Marshals are on the hunt for a District man wanted in the killing of a young man in Southeast Washington, and they are asking the public to help in his capture.

Lamont Hill, 20, is wanted for murder in the death of 26-year-old Brian Dewayne Bloomfield of Southeast D.C.

Bloomfield was found dead in the 3400 block of 13th Place on June 11 after police responded to a report of a possible shooting or stabbing. Bloomfield had multiple injuries, and died later at a hospital.

D.C. police obtained an arrest warrant charging Hill with the murder four days later, but have not had any luck finding him.

Marshals deputies are asking the public for information that could lead to Hill's arrest.

"Lamont is a violent offender and a danger to the community, said Deputy Tony Gause. "He needs to be caught ASAP before anyone else gets hurt."

Hill is listed as 5-feet-9 and 140 pounds. He is known to hang out in Congress Park or the 13th and Congress streets area of Southeast Washington.

Hill has an arrest history that includes arrests for assault, armed robbery and weapons possession.

A reward is being offered for the arrest and prosecution of Hill. Anyone with information regarding Hill's whereabouts is urged to call Deputy Gause at 202-427-0183 or the U.S. Marshals Service at 202-427-0183, 301-489-1717 or 800-336-0102.

The police department offers a reward of up to $25,000 to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons wanted for any homicide in the District.

Tips from readers of The Washington Examiner have led directly to the arrests of 45 fugitives, including eight people who were convicted killers or wanted on a homicide charge.

Last month, an alert reader spotted a convicted kidnapper, who had been on the run for two years, staying at a resort in the mountains of western Maryland.