New surveillance video may identify men who murdered father of three

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CHARLACK, MO (KTVI) - The Major Case Squad needs your help in identifying two men suspected of  murdering a father of three in Charlack. Investigators hope new surveillance footage will lead to the suspects.

As FOX 2 first reported earlier this week, 41 year-old Keith Inge was pulling into the San Rafael apartments Tuesday night, when he was shot and killed by two men who police believe were trying to steal his car. The men fled the apartment complex and crossed St. Charles Rock Road,ending up in the parking lot of REPCO Graphics where they were caught on camera.

The first video shows what appears to be a Chevy sedan, pulling up and parking alongside the REPCO building. The next video shows the two suspects running from the crime scene, across the front parking lot of REPCO. The third video shows the car door closing and the vehicle leaving the scene.

The video quality of these motion-sensor cameras isn't great, but it's the closest thing police have to identifying these suspects.

The Major Case Squad will hand the investigation back to Charlack police on Saturday, if they don't receive a significant lead before then.

For the sake of the victim's grieving family, Major Case Squad Deputy Commander Sean Fagan hopes someone will come forward.

Fagan explains, "He was truly an innocent man, it was just wrong place at the wrong time, unfortunately, and that's what makes these cases so difficult. He had absolutely no connection with the guys that did this crime, so it's really an open case."

If you have any information, call the Charlack Police Department at 314-427-4715, and ask for the Major Case Squad.

Or, you can call Crime Stoppers, which is offering a reward. That number is 866-371-TIPS (8477).​

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