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Police release video in connection to deadly shooting

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ATLANTA -

Police released a video Friday of three men they want to speak with regarding a deadly shooting earlier this month at a West End tattoo parlor.

Investigators obtained the surveillance video after canvassing local businesses. Police say they want to talk to the men.

The shooting happened January 16 around 6 p.m. at the Celebrity Status Tattoo in the 600 block of Lee Street in southwest Atlanta. Police found the two men shot inside the business.

Police say Anton Johnson, 39, died at the scene from an apparent gunshot wounds to the head and back.

They say a second victim, Jamal Makanjuola, 24, was shot in the chest and the back. He was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital and remains in critical, but stable condition.

Witnesses tell police that several men were seen fleeing the business in a red Pontiac.

Police are asking anyone with further information to call the Atlanta Police Homicide Investigators at 404-546-4235 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.

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