Fulton County police have a video clip that shows the face of a man suspected of shooting another beside the pumps at a Chevron gas station early Sunday, but they don’t have a name.
Fulton County Police Department spokesman Scott McBride said investigators are hoping someone recognizes the suspected gunman as well as the man he allegedly killed just before 1 a.m. Sunday in the 6100 block of Old National Highway.
The dead man had no identification on him but he is described as black, in his 30s and wearing dread locks.
The store surveillance video shows a man wearing a “very, very distinctive shirt” walk into the store and buy a bag of chips. He was wearing a black shirt with “Armani” printed on the front and “91” on one shoulder.
The store clerk’s view of the shooting was obstructed, but the police still know the victim walked from the side of the store and met his killer at the pumps.
“We don’t know if it was self-defense. We don’t know what happened,” McBride said. “We really don’t have a whole lot.”
The shooter drove off in a blue four-door sedan.
Anyone with information on the case should contact Fulton police at 404-613-9176.