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Police release surveillance video related to November 4th homicide

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CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Police release surveillance video related to November 4th homicide
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Detectives are still trying to crack the case in last month's homicide on James Street. They have now released surveillance video showing what they believe is the suspect's blue sedan.

Police say the car has rims and very dark tinted windows. It was seen on James Street the night of November 4th.

The video shows the vehicle driving into the John Lawrence Apartments parking lot where Andrew Doyle, 43, was shot. You can then see the alleged suspect running from the lot and the blue sedan following shortly after.

Doyle was shot to death outside the apartment complex where he lived around 7:45 p.m. on November 4th. Police still don't know what led to the shooting, but say they think the suspect and victim may have had some connection.

Police say they are now looking for what they believe is a key witness in the homicide. A woman was seen walking by the crime scene and the victim right around the time of the shooting.

"We believe she hears the shot, she looks and then the suspect that runs, runs right out in front of her and the suspect vehicle pulls right out in front of her. And she's standing right there," said Syracuse Police Sergeant Tom Connellan.

If you have any idea who this woman may be or have any information pertaining to the shooting or the suspect's car, Syracuse Police ask that you call them at (315) 442-5222.

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