Surveillance video released in Streamwood gas station murder

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Streamwood police released on Tuesday new surveillance video in the hopes that it will help them solve a nearly one-year-old murder case.

Andy Jaiswal, 24, was stabbed while he worked at Thornton’s gas station as a clerk back on March 16, 2013.

He immigrated from India about four years ago, and dreamed of becoming a computer scientist.

The new video was recorded from within the gas station.

Police believe the suspect’s skin color is light, and they think he’s 5’8″ to 6′ tall.

Police say pay attention to how the suspect walks.

“I think someone out there is going to recognize that walk, his mannerisms, his gate. Everybody knows a loved one or a neighbor or an associate’s walk. It would really help by studying that video,” said James Keegan, Streamwood Police Chief.

A $27,000 reward is being offered.

WGN News Writer C. Hayes published this story.

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