Mark Schnyder, NBC 5 News
Surveillance video shows red GMC single-cab pick-up driving wrong way on Northeast 28th Street near North Riverside Drive.
Just before 6:00am Saturday, Fort Worth resident Victor Solis heard gun shots. Lots of them.
"It was two rounds," said Solis. "It was apparently four shots and then after a several second pause another round, a total of eight shots."
Solis didn't have to go far to get a better idea of what led up to those shots. He lives next door to his electronics repair business. A surveillance camera caught a red GMC single-cab pick-up turning the wrong way onto Northeast 28th Street.
You can see the car back up out of camera range and see a red pick-up follow it. This is when police say the pick-up truck driver shot and killed the other driver.
Police told NBC 5 this does not appear to be a random crime.
Investigators spent more than six hours after the shooting, collecting video from local businesses to see if they could to get a better lead on the pick-up and its driver.
Solis says this isn't the first time he's called 9-1-1 to report gun violence. "Well to be honest, this happens maybe twice a month. It's frequent unfortunately," says Solis.