ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police late Saturday released more images of the men believed to have shot into a passing car Friday killing an 8-year-old girl.
The photos show the four suspects at a Subway sandwich shop on Old Coors Road SW shortly after the 5:30 p.m. shooting. Two of the men go inside while the other two walked to the south side of the building, police said.
The surveillance camera recorded the men buying sodas and getting into an older-model tan pickup truck, possibly an Oldsmobile Bravada.
Earlier in the day Albuquerque Police Department investigators released grainy photos from a surveillance camera showing a "possible suspect" in black shirt and black pants outside Alamosa Elementary School.
"We're hoping that somebody may recognize the person," Sgt. Robert Gibbs told KRQE News 13 earlier Saturday. "We realize that they're not great detail, there's not a lot of definition on the photographs, but maybe it may lead, you know give us some sort of tip to lead us on the right road."
It was near the school at the Alamosa Community Center where Sunni Reza was playing basketball with her father shortly before the shooting.
She then got into a car with her uncle, her dad, and another man who picked them up.
Police believe Sunni was sitting in the backseat as they drove east on Gonzales Road SW toward Coors Boulevard in the direction of a group of men dressed all in black.
Someone from that group opened fire although it's unclear who if anyone in the car was a target of the shooting.
Officers say bullet casings found overnight pinpoint the shooter or shooters were standing at Gonzales and 68th Street when they opened fire.
The driver dropped off the wounded girl, her father and her uncle at a nearby fire station. Paramedics rushed her to the hospital where she died.
"Its very traumatic," Gibbs said late Friday. "Detectives on scene are a little bit affected by it because it involves of an 8-year-old girl, obviously an innocent bystander in this whole thing."
The car's driver quickly left the fire station apparently due to an outstanding arrest warrant. Police later caught up with the driver who was wanted on a misdemeanor warrant.
Detectives served a search warrant this morning on the vehicle the girl was in, and the home where the driver was located.
Police have not yet released the names of people involved but say the girl's family is cooperating with the investigation.
Sunni Reza would have celebrated her ninth birthday on Sunday.
Her family told News 13 she had just gotten into town last weekend to spend a few weeks visiting her father.
It was a summer trip her grandmother says she looked forward to. Now the family hopes police find whoever is responsible.
"They stole her from me," Estella Reza said. "She was my sunshine. She was everything to me."
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