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APD: Video shows 2 more suspects in Morehouse grad's death

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Investigators say they're looking for two men who got out of a red car and went inside a Chevron food mart. Investigators say they're looking for two men who got out of a red car and went inside a Chevron food mart.
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Atlanta police have released video of two men who are considered suspects in a homicide case involving a recent Morehouse College graduate.  

Two men have already been arrested in connection to the murder of Joe Gibbs earlier this month.  Officers say he was gunned down inside a car on Parsons street near the Morehouse campus.  Another man inside the car was shot in the hand.

Investigators say they're looking for two men who got out of a red car and went inside a Chevron food mart.  

If you recognize the men in the video above, you're asked to call the Atlanta Police Department.

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