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Video footage of a 19-year-old murder victim taken from surveillance cameras shows him with an unidentified male shortly before he was shot and killed early Thursday morning, Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s officials said. Nathan Connally, of Santa Cruz, was fatally shot at around 2:30 a.m. Thursday in Live Oak in unincorporated Santa Cruz County, sheriff’s officials said.
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The surveillance footage taken from an apartment complex shows Nathan Connally, wearing light-colored clothing, walking with an unknown man, wearing dark clothing, shortly before he was murdered. The sheriff’s office is trying to identify the subject in hopes of gaining information about Connally’s death, according to the sheriff’s office. Emergency responders were dispatched to the Emerald Bay Apartments at 2500 Soquel Drive, where they found Connally suffering from at least one
gunshot wound outside the complex’s “L” building.
Connally was still alive, and first responders tried to resuscitate him, but he died at the scene, sheriff’s officials said. Deputies later determined that Connally had been shot across the street, near Dover Drive. Detectives are seeking witnesses to determine how and why Connally was shot. Sheriff’s officials have scheduled a community meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Emerald Bay Recreation Room to inform residents of nearby apartments about the shooting and discuss ways to make the community safer.
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