A frame from the video released by Chicago Police shows the killer stalking his victim from the alley across from Everett Elementary School.

Police Release Video, Seek Leads in Homicide of McKinley Park Neighborhood Teen

Published November 12, 2019

The Chicago Police Department has released video of the gang-related slaying on July 25 of McKinley Park neighborhood teen-ager Anthony Finley. In the video posted online by police, the assailant can be seen stalking Finley from the alley at West 34th Street between South Bell Avenue and South Leavitt Street before firing multiple shots down the street with a handgun and then fleeing northbound with a driver in a blue Nissan sedan.

Finley was fatally wounded in the attack, shot in the abdomen and taken in critical condition to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police ask anyone with information about the suspect or the crime to call Area Central Detective Johnson (#20169) at (773) 664-9650, call Area Central headquarters at (312) 747-8380, or submit an anonymous online tip at www.CPDTIP.com

"if you see this individual, do not approach," the release stated.

The Chicago Police Department case number associated with the homicide is JC-364350.

McKinley Park homicide 20190725 video capture still carThe automobile used in the July 25 homicide is a Nissan sedan, here pictured in a frame from the video released by the Chicago Police Department.

Community policing information and communication is offered through the Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS) groups, and the next CAPS Meeting for Beat 912 for the McKinley Park neighborhood is set for Wednesday, November 13, at St. Maurice Church hall, 3625 S. Hoyne Ave., Chicago.

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