Federal officials are hoping a social media blitz about a suspect in the robbery and shooting of an armored truck guard will crack the case one year later.
Jan. 23 marked the one year anniversary of when authorities said Loomis Fargo employee Ladena Duncan was shot in the shoulder while filling the ATM at the Foxcroft Shopping Center in South Park.
At the time, police said Duncan's partner managed to drive her away and receive medical treatment while the suspect fled on foot behind the shopping center and disappeared.
The suspect's image was captured on surveillance video, pacing before the crime, and seen running away in black Nike sneakers with a bag of money, but FBI agents said the person was heavily disguised.
"There's not a lot of physical attributes we can pick up on the perpetrator just from the video," Agent Scott Rottman with the Charlotte FBI office said.
Rottman said the agency has consistently been working tips and leads since the shooting, but now hopes a social media blast of the image on Twitter, Facebook and through podcasts will trigger someone's memory.
"If they've seen someone acting unusual around that time, someone who recently came into a large sum of money ... someone who was very interested in the case, collected newspaper clippings ... no piece of information about this case is too trivial," Rottman said.
Anyone with information should call the FBI at 704.672.6100 or CMPD Crimestoppers at 704.334.1600.