Authorities have confirmed they are looking into a new video related to the death of Ahmaud Arbery, the Georgia man who was allegedly shot by a father and son in February.
The video, obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, shows someone who appears to be Arbery on a home surveillance camera down the block from a construction site just minutes before the 25-year-old was shot on the afternoon of Feb. 23. The man enters the home under construction through the garage, walks around the back of the home and then leaves and runs down the street.
A neighbor can be seen across the street from the construction site, possibly the person who was heard on previously released 911 audio saying, “He’s running right now. There he goes right now.” Two police cars can be seen in the video minutes later traveling down the street in the direction Arbery ran and was later shot.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirmed it was looking at the video in a statement Saturday afternoon.
“There are reports circulating of additional video footage being reviewed by the GBI as a part of the Ahmaud Arbery murder investigation,” GBI said. “We are indeed reviewing additional video footage and photographs as part of the active case. It is important to note that this footage was reviewed at the beginning of the GBI investigation and before the arrests of Gregory and Travis McMichael.”