A man was found shot to death in the parking lot of a Chevron gas station early Sunday morning in south Fulton County.
And police have released a video showing the man they believe killed him.
The call came in about shots fired at 12:55 a.m. from an ambulance, according to Fulton County police.
Officers responded to the area and found the man’s body at 6129 Old National Hwy., police spokesman Sgt. Scott McBride said.
The victim, who was wearing a grey hoodie, is a black man in his 30s with dreadlocks. He had no identification on him.
The suspect, a black man, was wearing a shirt with "91," "York" and "Armani" written on the left side.
Investigators believe the suspect went inside the store and then came back outside where he was approached by the victim.
"They appear to conduct business, then the suspect went back to his car," Sgt. McBride said. "The victim approached him again."
And at that point the victim was shot at least once, he said.
There were no witnesses to the shooting and the clerk told police he did not see or hear anything.
Anyone who can help identify the victim or the suspect is asked to call police at (404) 613-9176.
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