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Fort Worth police need help in solving murder case

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Fort Worth police need help in solving a 17 year old murder case.

There are no suspects or leads, but there is a piece of surveillance video that shows what happened to a convenience store clerk.

The video shows James Davis behind the counter.

He was finishing his shift at the Fina gas station on the corner of McCart Avenue and Edgecliff Road when a man walked in with a gun.

The two men scuffled and the suspect fell back.

"The suspect gets up and has the gun in his right hand, shoots Mr. Davis, runs out of the store," said Fort Worth Police Department Corporal Tracey Knight.

It's been more than 17 years since the crime.

The store has changed names since that September day in 1995.

Fred Anzaldu is still a frequent customer and he remembers the murder.

"One day I came up here to get my drink and I saw the tape and I'm like, ‘what's going on?' They said, ‘oh, it's cuz the guy got shot.' I said, ‘what?' "

The Davis case has been cold for years.

Detectives are hoping someone comes forward to help them close this case.

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