Another video released, reward hits $118,000 in officer's slaying
Police released a second updated video showing two suspects walking together approximately 5 minutes prior to the homicide
By Allison Steele
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — A newly released surveillance video of the two men who killed off-duty Police Officer Moses Walker Jr. on Saturday in North Philadelphia shows the men walking together casually, minutes before they spotted Walker and targeted him for a gunpoint robbery.
The latest surveillance footage, released Tuesday, shows the men walking north on 19th Street near Cecil B. Moore Avenue, dressed in shorts, hooded sweatshirts, and sneakers. The images of the men's faces are clearer than in the first video. The man police believe was the shooter has a bald or shaved head and a goatee or beard, and is wearing dark shorts and a light-color hooded sweatshirt.
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