Police search for suspect in decapitation of Houston auto shop owner

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HOUSTON -- Houston police are looking for a suspect in the decapitation of an auto parts shop owner.

The man's body was found by employees Thursday evening, KTRK reports.

Police reviewed surveillance video and discovered the crime was all caught on camera.

"I mean, after reviewing the cameras, the entire incident was caught on the cameras, he's on camera decapitating and beating this man to his death," said Houston Police Det. Alex Vinogradov. "I don't want to go into details but it was brutal. It was an incident and it was brutal."

HPD says they are actively searching for 62-year-old Raymond Jackson.

They describe him as a black male in his mid-60s, around 6 feet tall with a short afro.

Police aren't sure of the motive.