UPDATE: Surveillance Video Shows Victim, Suspect Involved in Altercation Before Deadly Shooting at Gas Station

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SACRAMENTO — Thursday morning FOX40 obtained surveillance video from Wednesday’s deadly shooting at a Chevron gas station.

Around 1:33 a.m. Wednesday, police were called to the Chevron near 5800 Antelope Road for the shooting.

Witnesses at the scene told dispatchers that it was an argument gone wrong.

In the surveillance video, a white car — the alleged gunman’s car — and the victim, in a gold car, pull into the gas station one after the other.

The alleged gunman goes into the Chevron and pays $40 cash and heads back outside.

At that point, a confrontation begins. The woman can be seen striking the man with the door as the arguing continues.

The man chases her around the car several times.

At some point, the woman runs towards the gas station door away from the alleged gunman. The man chases her back towards the store before she is seen falling in front of the store.

The man then makes his way back to the car and takes off on Antelope Road.

When deputies arrived to the scene Wednesday morning, they found a woman who had been shot at least once in the upper chest area.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

At this time, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department hasn’t released any names of possible suspects.

 

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