The Rochester Police Department will be featured on another national crime show Thursday night.
A&E's "The First 48" features a homicide case that happened on Rochester's Copely Street back in October of 2012.
The First 48 is a non-fiction investigative series that follows up on real life crimes around the country.
Last year, television film crews followed RPD homicide investigators as they tried to figure out who shot and killed William Klick.
The First 48 shows a behind the scenes look at what these men and women do to try and solve these violent crimes.
In 2009, RPD was also on the national crime show, " Crime 360." RPD said then they think it is important for residents to see and appreciate what law enforcement does.
Thursday's show focuses on the shooting death of William Klick on October 7 2012.
He was found dead on Copely Street. On 'The First 48', You will see detectives in that neighborhood, talking to potential witnesses and anyone who may have seen what happened to Klick.
Investigators arrested Kathryn Makoroff in May and then Jeffrey Blunt in September in connection with this homicide.
Both are in Monroe County jail and this case moves through court.
RPD on 'The First 48' airs Thursday night at 9:00 on A&E.