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Search continues for suspect in Antioch murder

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Adonlife Escobar was fatally shot the morning of Nov. 13. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Adonlife Escobar was fatally shot the morning of Nov. 13. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
Surveillance footage from outside the apartments shows the alleged gunman and his vehicle. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Surveillance footage from outside the apartments shows the alleged gunman and his vehicle. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
Anyone with information about the vehicle or the suspect is asked to call police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Anyone with information about the vehicle or the suspect is asked to call police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Metro police have released new surveillance images from the scene of a fatal shooting in Antioch earlier this month.

Adonlife Escobar was killed outside a building at the Overlook Apartments of Bell Road on Nov. 13.

Police said the suspect arrived and fled the scene in a silver Nissan Sentra that did not display a license plate.

Escobar was at the La Mansion Hall night club on Antioch Pike earlier that morning when investigators said he became involved in some type of altercation.

Escobar then took a taxi from the nightclub to the Overlook Apartments, where he was staying. Police said the gunman followed Escobar in the Sentra and opened fire on him after he got out of the taxi.

Surveillance images from the apartments show the vehicle and the suspect, who appears to be wearing a blue long sleeve shirt and jeans.

Anyone with information in this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.

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