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Man shot near Phoenix Circle K; police search for 2 suspects

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Suspects seen on 6/17/13 Suspects seen on 6/17/13
PHOENIX -

Phoenix police looking for two suspects -- after one of them fatally shot a man in a valley neighborhood.

Take a look at the surveillance video provided by a Circle K store near 75th Avenue and Thomas Road back on June 17 around 12:30 a.m.

Authorities say the suspects were sitting in their car talking to the victim outside the store when an argument ensued. The victim then tried to run to his house near 71st Avenue and Earll Drive and was shot by the male suspect.

The suspects fled the scene and the victim, 34-year-old Brent Stasilli, died from his injuries.

Police describe the first suspect as a white or Hispanic male, 20 - 35 years old, 5' 10" to 6' tall, 250 pounds with tattoos on both arms in a "sleeve" type style.  He was wearing green scrubs and a "do rag."

The second suspect is described as a white or Hispanic female, 20 - 35 years old, 5' 6" to 5' 8" tall and 130 - 140 pounds.  Her hair was worn in a ponytail style and was wearing purple scrubs.

If you have any information about this case, call Silent Witness.  You can remain anonymous and receive a cash award for tips leading to an arrest or indictment.

TIP LINE: (480) WITNESS or 1-800-343-TIPS

Online: silentwitness.org

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