Police seeking men seen on convenience store surveillance - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Reported by Anna Marie Hartman

Police seeking men seen on convenience store surveillance

Security cameras from a Raleigh convenience store have captured what could be images of four men who might have information about the shooting and home invasion in Northeast Shelby County on March 19th.  Now, authorities they need your help identifying them.   

Shelby County sheriff's detectives hope someone can identify the men seen in the surveillance video captured at a Raleigh convenience store. All four are wanted for questioning about a violent home invasion that critically injured a Raleigh homeowner.    

Around 6:00 a.m. on March 19, four men kicked in the back door of a house in the 5600 block of Dedo Circle South.

A woman who lived there and two female visitors were tied up and forced into a closet.  Not long after that homeowner Dennis Dunning returned to the house.  He was shot several times when he walked in the front door.

Dunning was critically injured and is still hospitalized.
Afterwards, witnesses said the suspects drove a maroon Dodge Stratus.  Soon after, security cameras at a convenience store near the victim's home showed four men get out of a car matching that description. They entered the store and bought some items.

Some of men wore dark clothing.  One had on a white shirt, while another had dreadlocks. 

All the men appeared to be in their teens or early twenties.

Anyone with information about the four men should call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH (2274) or the Shelby County Sheriff's Office General Investigation Bureau at (901) 545-5600.

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