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Four Days After Murder at Sherlock's, Police Say the Guy in This Video May Be Involved

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Just after midnight last Thursday morning, Donald Morrow was standing outside Sherlock's on Central Expressway when his friend was approached by a man pointing a gun and demanding money. Morrow threw a punch, or tried to. In response, the gunman fired a single round that killed Morrow, then fled on foot. Police had few details about who he might be on the morning after the murder, or when Oak Farms announced a $10,000 reward the next day.

Now they have video of someone they think might have been involved in the shooting: a man -- not a suspect at this point, just a person of interest -- caught on a camera at a DART train station. Anyone with information about the guy in the video should contact Detective Raley in the Homicide Unit at 214-671-3684.

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