Police: Women use checks stolen during fatal shooting

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ATLANTA —

Surveillance images capture women who, police believe, used checks stolen during a fatal shooting.

Atlanta police have spent weeks looking for the gunmen who killed 46-year-old Jerrick Jackson. The shooting happened at his northwest Atlanta home. Thieves took a wallet and purse but wanted more. Jackson died trying to stop them from going upstairs, where they would find his fiancée’s daughter.

On Wednesday, police provided Channel 2's Ryan Young with surveillance images taken from stores in Atlanta and Smyrna in connection to the case.

Police said a woman shown at a Target store on Caroline Street used Jackson’s fiancée’s checkbook to make purchases. They said she was shopping with a man and a small child.

Another woman, pictured at a Bank of America on Windy Hill Road, also used the stolen checks, police said. They said both women used the checks May 9, two days after Jackson’s shooting.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Crimestoppers tip line at 404-577-8477.