ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police have released security-camera images of three men investigators say are persons of interest in separate homicides.
One photo shows a man in a tank top using the credit card belonging to a victim killed in July 2012.
Police said the man used the credit card at various gas stations around the city to fill up several vehicles as the victim was dying in the hospital.
One of the vehicles gassed up was a newer model large black pickup truck. Another appeared to be a red Cadillac.
The second image shows two men police say are transients who may have been involved in a Christmas Day incident at Pop--n-Taco at Central Avenue NE and Edith Boulevard.
The man in the red jacket may be named Darrell, while the man behind him may go by "JJ."
Police said the two walked into the Lovelace Hospital downtown and reported the death of Alexander Largo, another homeless man.
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