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Surveillance video released in cold case murder

Surveillance video captured the killing. (Source: Cleveland Police) Surveillance video captured the killing. (Source: Cleveland Police)
One of the suspects was wearing a black T-shirt. (Source: Cleveland Police) One of the suspects was wearing a black T-shirt. (Source: Cleveland Police)
The second suspect was wearing a striped, long-sleeved shirt. (Source: Cleveland Police) The second suspect was wearing a striped, long-sleeved shirt. (Source: Cleveland Police)
Family members are waiting for Lorenzo Frazier's killers to come forward. (Source: Family) Family members are waiting for Lorenzo Frazier's killers to come forward. (Source: Family)

It's been almost one year since Lorenzo Frazier was shot in the back and killed walking away from an argument with two men. The slaying happened on July 29, 2014 outside of a corner store near East 134th Street and Kinsman Road. 

After multiple requests to police, we can now show you the men involved caught on two surveillance cameras, in hopes of possible arrests. The quality isn't great, but it may be enough for someone to recognize the suspects and provide a tip to detectives. 

In recently released surveillance video, you can see Frazier in the street walking away from the suspect, a man wearing a black T-shirt. Although there's no audio, you can see words are exchanged, and then a second suspect in a green, striped shirt steps in. The camera cuts before we see Frazier shot, but when it resumes, you see the suspects flee on foot.
 
Another angle is from around the corner. The suspects have now stopped running, so as not to draw attention, and walk towards the next camera.

After speaking to family members, it's clear they are still struggling with the loss. 

"Oh, it's been hard. I'm trying not to cry," said Laurele Moore, Frazier's niece.

Frazier's ashes remain in an urn in their living room. A candle burns until someone is caught. 
 
"He was cold blood. It wasn't like, 'Oh, I'm in front of your face.' No. They shot him from behind, so he didn't even expect it. He didn't even have a chance," said Moore.

On July 29, family members are planning a remembrance where Frazier was killed to keep his memory alive.
 
Anyone who can identify the two suspect should call Cleveland Police at 216-623-5464.

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