Do you know her? Potential witness sought in slaying of Birmingham man outside store

Do you know her? Potential witness sought in slaying of Birmingham man outside store
Detectives investigating homicide in western Birmingham
Authorities are trying to identify a woman who could have key information in the February shooting death of a Birmingham man.

Reginald Brown, 50, was fatally shot at Omar Discount Store on 12th Court North on Feb. 11. Police said Brown pulled up in front of the store and then went inside. He later exited and got back in his car.

At 7:32 a.m. officers from the West Precinct along with Birmingham Fire and Rescue responded to a report of someone lying in the roadway of Slayden Avenue and Oakmont Street.

A short time later, about 10:30 p.m., a man wearing all black -including a black beanie – walked up to the victims vehicle. The suspect pulled a revolver from his pocket and shot Brown twice. The gunman fled the scene on foot.

Birmingham police said the woman they are trying to find is believed to have been with the victim at the store and they need to talk with her. Browns family said the woman asked him for a ride to the store.

BIRMINGHAM — Detectives are investigating the homicide of an unidentified male found this morning, according to the Birmingham Police Department.

The family is pleading for information to help bring justice in the death of their loved one.

Anyone with information on the womans identity and whereabouts is asked to call Birmingham homicide detectives at 205-254-1764 or Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777.

Oakmont St & Slayden Ave, Birmingham, AL 35224, USA – Birmingham Police say they are investigating a homicide Monday morning after a black male was found lying in the roadway of Oakmont Street, shot to death.

Initially reported as a death investigation, Birmingham Police tell CBS 42 they are investigating the case as a homicide. The victim was found around 7:32 a.m. in the area of Oakmont Street near Slayden Ave in Birmingham.

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