Harris County Sherriff's Deputies are looking for the gunman that shot and killed a man in northwest Harris County.  According to witnesses, the incident began with an altercation between two men at a gas station and ended with one man murdered.  Authorities found the victim's body at a nearby intersection on Fry Road and Younglake.  Greg Pinkens of the Harris County Sheriff's Office said "We had a witness say that it started there and then it moved from the gas station and then moved to another location and then eventually ended up in the roadway."   Witness Alfredo Vizcarra said he was near the gas station when he noticed the victim walking back to his truck which was parked at the business and follow the suspect's truck to Fry Road.   Vizcarra told KTRH's television Local 2, "He comes right behind him, I don't know if he pegs him but he got right to the side and it didn't take him a minute. Pow! That's when all five shots rang out. “said Vizcarra.  Authorities are looking for the black Ford F-150 pickup truck that witnesses say the gunman sped away in.  


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