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Philadelphia police released video of suspects walking into the home of a 12-year-old boy who was shot and killed outside his home last month.
Sadeek Clark-Harrison was shot in the eye while looking through a pane of glass after hearing a man yell his name shortly before 3 a.m. on November 22.
Surveillance footage shows two hooded and masked men walking with their hands in their pockets toward the Ditman Street home at around 2.50 a.m.
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Sadeek Clark-Harrison 12-year-old .
Deputy Commissioner Melvin Singleton said Sadeek had gone to answer a single knock on the door before a shot was fired through the door.
Sadeek, who was at home with his sister and 10-year-old grandmother, was discovered lying on the living room floor with blood leaking from his mouth.
Doctors arrived, but Sadeek was pronounced dead at the scene.
Sadeek’s mother, Lisa Clark, told CBS: ‘I’m upset that someone comes to my door late at night and shoots him.
They were knocking on her door and calling out her name, “Sadeek! Sadeek! ”
So, he was coming out to open the door because they called him by name and he didn’t even open the door.
“ He looked towards the top of the door and was shot through the eye. ”
Detectives said the gunman fled after firing the 9mm projectile.
In addition to the new surveillance footage, police are offering a $ 20,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Sadeek’s killers.
Tony Colon recalled when Sadeek saved his life after the man suffered a diabetic episode.
Last month, neighbor Tony Colon recalled when Sadeek saved his life after the man suffered an episode of diabetes.
‘I started to cry. That boy is a good boy. I’ve watched him grow up and I’ve known the family for years, ” he said.
As of August, 100 children had been shot in Philadelphia in 2020, police said.
Homicides in Philadelphia increased 38 percent this year compared to the same period in 2019, according to police. So far this year there have been 440 homicides in the city.
Philadelphia is on track for its worst murder year in three decades, according to statistics from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Frankford neighborhood of the Clarks records several murders each year.
Facebook user Bee Roberson, who called herself Sadeek’s cousin, lamented the boy in a post, saying, “I swear if I could move my entire family from Philadelphia, I will.”