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Los Angeles Sheriff Releases Video of Man Wanted for Shooting Victim Caught on Camera

ID #22-40 Alleged suspect. Credit LASO
ID #22-40 Alleged suspect. Credit LASO

Los Angeles Sheriff Releases Video of Man Wanted for Shooting Victim Caught on Camera

ID #22-40

ID #22-40 Alleged suspect. Credit LASO

ID #22-40 Alleged suspect. Credit LASO

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying a gunman who shot a man at point-blank range while the victim was on the phone with a 911 operator at a gas station in Lancaster.

The incident began as a car-to-car shooting shortly after 3 a.m. on Dec. 3, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The victim, later identified as Jason Castillo, was initially shot while in his vehicle near the intersection of Challenger Way and Avenue K, investigators said. The wounded Castillo was able to make his way to a nearby Shell gas station and called 911.

As the wounded man was lying on the ground, “the suspect drove around, approached Mr. Castillo and shot him point-blank in the head,” the Sheriff’s Department said in a statement. The second shooting was captured on surveillance video, whose still images were publicly released.

The suspect fled the scene and remains at large. He is described as a Hispanic man wearing a green T-shirt, black baseball cap with an “LA” logo, black shorts, white socks and black shoes.

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