Videos show shooting, possible person of interest in triple homicide investigation
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- Security video shows a shooting that could be connected to Wednesday’s triple homicide in Albuquerque.
Peterson Properties posted the video on Facebook. It shows a person near a car as shots were fired.
"This is a camera that faces north to the street Cutler, so it captures the alley that is just north of our building," Peterson said.
He added that the video has been shared with police.
A different video, provided by CPR 2U New Mexico, shows a person without a shirt running on Virginia Street.
"The reason we have it in here is because of the amount of crime that we’ve had around this building," said Victor Segura, owner of CPR 2U New Mexico.
The person has multiple tattoos, including a cross on his chest. He was holding what appears to be a shirt under his arm. He also appeared to have a cell phone in his hand.
Anyone with information about the shooting or the suspect can contact police at 242-COPS.
APD released the following statement about Peterson Properties publicly sharing the video:
"We appreciate businesses and residents who share video surveillance with detectives, but it is unfortunate in this case that the video was also shared publicly and for political purposes, which could potentially jeopardize an investigation."