UPDATE: Security Photo Released In Deadly Gas Station Shooting

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/09/2013 8:22 pm
Police want to find a man after a deadly gas station shooting in Lexington.

Officers say someone found a gas station clerk bleeding Monday inside the Marathon on Alexandria Drive.

Police say the worker was shot to death.

Now police want to find the man seen in the photo.

He's described as a white man who was wearing a camo jacket or fleece and a toboggan hat with ear flaps.

Police say he was seen leaving the gas station in a gray Nissan.




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