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New video released in search for gunman in deputy constable's death

BAYTOWN, Texas – Police released new surveillance video Tuesday of a possible suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of Harris County Precinct 3 Assistant Chief Deputy Constable Clint Greenwood.

Greenwood, 57, was killed Monday morning after a shooting near the Harris County government building in Baytown, police said.

Officials said at 7 a.m. police were called to the 700 block of West Baker Road, where the 30-year veteran had been shot at least once on his way to work. 

Greenwood was taken to Memorial Hermann where he was pronounced dead, officials said. 

The motive of the shooting is currently unknown.

Police released surveillance video of the suspect vehicle on Monday.

Numerous federal, state and local law enforcement agencies are assisting in the investigation to find the shooter. 

Greenwood was once a major with the Harris County Sheriff's Office. Deputies said they don't know why he was attacked, but they plan to find out.

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"It's very early on in the investigation. What I can tell you is that we have the full force of the Baytown Police Department working the case along with members of the HCSO, the Texas Rangers, the Precinct 3 Constables Department and the Gulf Coast Violent Defenders Task Force," Lt. Steve Dorris with Baytown Police said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Baytown Police Department at 281-422-8371 or Baytown Crime Stoppers at 281-422-TIPS (8477). A reward of up to $65,000 is available for information that leads to an arrest. 

Click here for a link to the GoFundMe account for the family.

100 Club provides assistance to Greenwood's family

"A $20,000 check will be given to Chief Greenwood’s wife to help with any immediate financial needs.  Additional financial support for the family will be made after an assessment of their needs is conducted. The average gift from the 100 Club to a dependent family is approximately $300,000."

Donations can be made online at the100club.org or sent to 100 Club Survivors Fund, 5555 San Felipe Street Suite 1750, Houston, Texas, 77056.