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Police, family asking for help identifying 4 persons of interest in homicide case

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ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- "That's him at prom," said Marcia Miller

Miller was a proud mother of 5 young men until Saturday night, when her oldest, 34-year-old Raymond Neal, was shot in the head outside a convenience store on Broadway and Pelham in Saint Louis' Baden neighborhood.

"You can't even explain the pain of losing your child," said miller. "It's like it put a hole in my heart that's never going to close."

Miller's son leaves behind a 6-year-old child of his own.

"I can't even imagine him without his father," said Miller.

Surveillance footage shows three men and a woman inside the store minutes before Neal's murder.

St. Louis Metropolitan Police investigators, and Miller are asking the public for information on the four persons of interest.

Person 1 is a man in what appears to be his early to mid-20's, 5'6"-5"8", 140-160 lbs., medium complexion, shoulder length dreadlocks, wearing a blue skull cap, blue sweat jacket, blue jeans, and white tennis shoes.

Person 2 is a man around the same age, 6'0-6'2" 180-200 lbs., medium complexion, mustache and goatee, wearing a dark colored hooded sweat jacket, faded stone washed jeans and red tennis shoes, armed with a dark colored unknown caliber revolver.

Person 3 appears to be a man also early to mid-20's, 6'0’-6'2" 180-200 lbs., medium complexion, mustache and goatee, wearing a blue hooded sweat jacket, faded stone washed jeans and dark tennis shoes, armed with a dark colored unknown caliber revolver.

The last person of interest pictured is a black female in her late teens to early 20's, 5'4"-5’6" and weighing 145-155 lbs. She has a light complexion, wearing a dark hood sweat jacket, wearing glasses, straight hair with a ponytail, blue jeans, and possibly has a tattoo on her left wrist.

"If you know where they are, please call the police," said Miller. "It could be you or someone you love next."

Neal's death is the 190th murder in the city so far this year, a number surpassing both 2015's and 2016's murder totals.

"I feel sorry for them, said Miller. "Yes, I have to forgive them because i want to be forgiven, but that doesn't mean they're not going to pay for what they've done."

Anyone who can identify these persons of interest is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477). All calls are anonymous.

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