Detectives released additional video Tuesday of a man and woman believed to be involved in a fatal hit-and-run in March outside a strip club.
Danny Prathoumvanh, 28, was hit March 17 in the Cabaret North parking lot at 5316 Superior Parkway. Police believe a woman seen entering the club in a short shirt and a man in a Dallas Cowboys No. 24 jersey are associated with the Ford Explorer that struck Prathoumvanh.
He died the next morning at John Peter Smith Hospital.
The video of the front door of the strip club shows the woman, who police think is under 21, enter the club and walk right out.
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She was not allowed inside, police said in a statement Tuesday.
The man in the jersey is seen walking in with her. He is smoking a cigarette and puts it out right before he walks in. Police believe he has a disabled right arm and might walk with a limp.
Homicide detectives believe that Prathoumvanh was intentionally hit because he had been in an argument inside the club.
The pair is said to be associated with the 1990s or early 2000s maroon or red Ford Explorer and a 2000 silver or white Ford Expedition that are implicated in the hit-and-run, police said.
A video released in late March shows a group of people the two are believed to be associated with. — Monica S. Nagy
How to help
Anyone with information on the case or the identity of the suspects is asked to call Fort Worth police at 817-392-4340.