Video Shows Shooter Take Victim's Life in Broad Daylight

There was another homicide in Albany on Tuesday, and the man wanted in association with the daytime shooting spree is still at large.

While police hope to ascertain the man responsible for taking the life of 21-year-old Davyjian Grier, a chilling video of the shooter running through the streets while pumping out multiple shots was released by local TV stations on Wednesday.

High-traffic, Residential Area in Albany

The harrowing incident occurred on Tuesday afternoon, just after 5 PM, near Stewart's on Delaware Avenue in Albany. Delaware Avenue is a high-traffic residential and commercial area close to many schools, restaurants, and businesses.

It's also a main artery if you're heading from Albany into Delmar and Bethlehem, and it's a road I use pretty frequently, taking my son to and from school, camp, and his mom's house in Bethlehem.

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Stewart's on Delaware Ave in Albany Photo: Google Maps

Killer Still At-Large

Albany Police say that Grier and the suspect were in an argument, which led to the suspect shooting Grier in his car and fleeing on foot. In the video below, the alleged suspect is seen firing multiple shots at Grier during broad daylight in the high-traffic area of Albany. 

According to a report from News Channel 13, Victory Christian Church in Albany is about 10 minutes from the Stewarts, where the incident occurred.

They are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the shooting.

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information can call the Albany Police Detective Division at (518) 462-8039. People can also submit anonymous tips on the Capital Region Crime Stoppers website.

Check out the video here from News Channel 13. 



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