Columbus Police Monday identified a suspect in the Saturday morning slaying of George Angelo McCrary.
Albert Darnell Durham, 23, whose address is unknown to police, previously lived at 1023 Enoch Drive, said Lt. Steve Cox. That's near the location where McCrary, 31, was found lying in an apartment parking lot at 1026 Enoch Drive at 11:30 a.m.
McCrary, of 2301 Bond Avenue, had been shot in the right arm, but the bullet from a .9 mm firearm traveled into his right chest. He was pronounced dead at The Medical Center at 12:21 p.m. Saturday.
Cox said Durham is six feet tall, weighs 180 pounds, and has his nickname, "Hump," tattooed on his left forearm.
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"We believe he is still in the immediate area," said Cox.
Police haven't said why McCrary was at the Enoch Drive location, which isn't near his residence.
McCrary was missing a gold chain with a cross and an undetermined amount of money, a police report states.
Anyone with information about the shooting or Durham's whereabouts should call the police department at 706-653-3400.