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CMPD releases surveillance video of suspect car in University City murder

The son of a Cabarrus County deputy died after being shot in the parking lot of Harris Teeter on November 26.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Detectives released surveillance video of a suspect vehicle as they continue their search for the killer of the son of a Cabarrus County deputy. 

On November 26, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police were called to the Harris Teeter on University City Boulevard near the campus of UNC-Charlotte for a reported shooting. Police said Nathaniel Lee Isenhour was found at Atrium Health-University after he'd been shot. 

Isenhour was rushed to Atrium Health-Main where he later died of his injuries. The 19-year-old is the son of a sergeant in Cabarrus County and was a graduate of Mount Pleasant High School. His family pleaded for the killer to come forward. 

"Not knowing is torture," said Sergeant Isenhour. "Be a man."

On Wednesday, CMPD released surveillance video footage that they believe captures a car driven by the suspect in the shooting. In the video, the vehicle is identified  as a sedan with damage to the right front fender and a rear tail light that's out. The vehicle is seen driving past the gas pumps at the store. 

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Anyone with information about the suspect vehicle or anything else about this shooting or any other crime is asked to call CMPD's Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600. 

Credit: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Dept.