New video released of suspect in Crown Heights fatal shooting

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Police have released new video of the suspect wanted for a fatal shooting at a Crown Heights deli.

As News 12 reported, 28-year-old Khadeem Anderson was killed inside of a Utica Avenue deli on July 4.

The victim's mother tells News 12 he'd just returned from a barbecue and had stopped into the deli with his girlfriend.

She says someone started an argument with him, and when he tried to end it and walk away, the person shot him.

Anderson leaves behind a young son.

Investigators say at the time of Thursday’s shooting, the suspect was wearing a white t-shirt, multicolored shorts, white socks and dark colored sandals.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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    A 28-year-old Crown Heights man was fatally shot in the head inside a deli Thursday morning.A 28-year-old Crown Heights man was fatally shot in the head inside a deli Thursday morning.

    A 28-year-old Crown Heights man was fatally shot in the head inside a deli Thursday morning.

    A 28-year-old Crown Heights man was fatally shot in the head inside a deli Thursday morning.

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