SOUTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Police are hoping surveillance video will help find the person responsible for the killing of a transgender woman.
Tee Tee Dangerfield, 32, was gunned down inside her own car July 31 at a College Park apartment complex.
Medics rushed Dangerfield to the hospital, but she died on the way there.
Only Channel 2's Nefertiti Jaquez obtained video of the last time Dangerfield was seen alive.
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The video is taken from the 50 Yard Line, a sports bar and grill in South Fulton County she was at just an hour and a half before she was murdered.
In the video, Dangerfield is shown entering the bar then two hours later she's seen walking out, disappearing into the parking lot.
"She didn't deserve that at all. You just have to know her. She was the sweetest person you'd ever want to meet," her mother Yolanda Dangerfield told us.
Detectives say this new video is key to helping them solve the case because it establishes a timeline leading up to her death.
Police are unsure whether Dangerfield's transgender identity was a factor in her murder.
Regardless of the movie, her family wants the killer caught.
"Whoever did that they're wrong for that. I want justice, I want justice," said Dangerfield's aunt, Alesa.
If you have any information about this case, contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS.
A funeral will be held for Dangerfield on Saturday. If you'd like to help the family with costs, you can donate here.
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