APD releases photos of ‘armed and dangerous’ person of interest in valet’s shooting death

ATLANTA — Atlanta police have released new photos of a person of interest hours after a valet was shot and killed trying to stop a car break-in.

Officers received reports of a person shot at 1:35 a.m. near a parking garage behind the Longhorn Steakhouse on Piedmont Road NE. When they arrived, officers found a valet who had been shot in the chest.

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Investigators determined that the valet was trying to stop a car break-in when he was shot. The victim died from his injuries at the hospital. Family members identified the victim as Harrison Olvey.


Homicide detectives obtained photos of a person of interest who they are considering armed and dangerous.

Police believe the man is driving a newer model Kia K500 with dark-tinted windows and an unknown tag number.

Police say anyone who recognizes the man can anonymously call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-TIPS or online here.

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