Baltimore Police release new video in sextuple shooting

2 people were killed in the shooting
Posted at 6:19 PM, Dec 02, 2016

Baltimore Police released new surveillance video in a six-person shooting that killed two men and injured four others in Northwest Baltimore this week.

The video shows the gunman walking up to the front of the Stop One convenience store at the intersection of Garrison and Duvall Avenue.

The gunman is still on the loose, and Baltimore Police said they are sharing the video in the hopes of generating tips.

Detectives are asking the public to focus on the gunman's left hand, which they said looks deformed or in some sort of cast.

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"I am sure there are some people that might have a suspicion and hopefully me confirming those suspicions will get us closer to capturing this killer. This was obviously a heinous act. He executed a man. He executed another and he tried to kill everybody that was there without a shadow of a doubt," Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith said

In addition to the suspect's left hand, police also emphasized the video is poor quality and appears inverted. The suspect is wearing a dark-colored hoodie, and not white as the video depicts.            

If you can help solve the double murder and shooting, call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-Lock-Up.        

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