SAN ANTONIA – San Antonio Police have released video surveillance footage of a group of people seeking for questioning as a result of the fatal shooting earlier this year.
The group, seen in the video, may have information about Quinton Smith’s death on Jan. 9 at the Blow Hookah Lounge at 3333 West Ave.
“Unfortunately, now all the witnesses are exhausted, we released Crimestoppers back in February a month after the incident. And, unfortunately, we did not speak out, ”said Jennifer Rodriguez, a public information officer at SAPD.
WATCH: #SAPD The homicide detective needs your help in identifying the suspect vehicle (4-door white car above the video) or the individuals in this video. They may have information about the assassination of Quinton Smith on January 9, 2022. Smith was shot dead in 3000 West Avenue. pic.twitter.com/eBX8EnksqC
– San Antonio PD (@SATXPolice) May 9, 2022
Rodriguez explained that police believe the man or people in the car are guilty of killing Smith.
“We hope that only someone can come forward and just bring this closure to the Quinton family,” Rodriguez said.
Smith’s widow Dominic and Verlind’s mother are constantly praying for the same.
“Please come forward. That’s all I can say because we won’t stop. We will continue to try, we will achieve justice, “Dominic said.
Earlier, police said Smith left the plant and approached his car when someone traveling south on West Avenue opened fire at 3 p.m. The suspect car, a white four-door sedan, rushed in the direction of the interstate 10.
Hookah guards called police, and when an ambulance arrived, Smith was taken to University Hospital. In the morning he died of his wounds.
Surveillance camera footage released by SAPD shows the group standing and walking around the suspect car. The video shows the time of 02:54 before the start of filming.
Police are asking the public to help identify people on video.
Anyone with information about the suspicious car or the people on the video should contact Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP, police said.
Crime Stoppers can pay up to $ 5,000 for a tip that will result in arrest for a criminal offense in the case.
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