The last known photograph of vegetas death is a black-and-white image of him lying on a concrete sidewalk in the town of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., on Jan. 31, 2018.
The Associated Press is withholding the name of the dead man because of his family’s privacy rights.
A photojournalist who captured the death captured the scene on video, and it has been seen by more than 20,000 people.
The AP has since released a composite of the body and is publishing it here in a separate story.
Here is what we know: In the days following the fatal shooting, police searched for two people in the area and found a small, silver, two-door sedan parked in front of a vacant house.
The car was parked in a driveway on the city’s south side.
It was later determined to belong to an acquaintance of the victim.
Police said the car belonged to an unknown man who they believed may have been connected to the crime.
No charges have been filed.
The suspect’s name has not been released.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating and it is not clear if the car was used in the shooting.
At this time, the cause of death is still unknown.
Police are not releasing the name or the identity of the deceased.
The name of this unknown man is not known.
The woman and her family did not speak about the shooting, but they did describe him as white.
He has not spoken publicly about the killing, but a person who knows him told the AP that he has been in jail for burglary, and that he was a man of a quiet disposition.
The family has not identified the man, or the suspect, because they fear retribution by the suspect’s family, who is known to the family.
The death of this unidentified man is the only known death of a white person in the U.S. In the months since the shooting of a black man in nearby Ferguson, Mo., and a white man in Tulsa, Okla., the number of people of color killed by police officers has increased significantly.
Since 2013, the number has more than doubled.
Since July, the total number of African-American people killed by the police has nearly doubled.
In Florida, there are now more than 40 people of colour killed by officers, according to data from the Miami-Dade Sheriff’s Office.
In Miami-Fort Lauderdale, the city has the highest number of black people killed as of late April, according a review of data by The Associated American Press.
The Miami Herald reported that the number peaked at more than 42 in the month of April and was then steadily declining.
A month after that, it fell to 26 in the last three months of the year.
In Tampa, there were at least six black people who died this year.
There were two deaths this month alone.
In January, two police officers were indicted for their role in the deaths of Jamar Clark and Walter Scott, both unarmed black men, in North Charleston, S.C. In March, a man was charged in the killing of Jamel Clark, an unarmed black man, in Miami Gardens, Fla.
In April, the man was arrested and charged with murder in the death the two unarmed black women who were shot dead by police in New Orleans in 2016.
That shooting sparked months of protests and civil unrest that eventually led to the deaths in Baton Rouge, La., and in Dallas, Texas.
The Justice Department is investigating those deaths.
In August, the FBI announced it was investigating the deaths.
At the time, a Justice Department spokesperson said the agency was working with local, state and federal law enforcement officials and community leaders to understand the circumstances surrounding the deaths, which happened after the Justice Department’s civil rights division had completed a review.
The federal investigation is ongoing.
On Jan. 28, the Associated Press began publishing a story about a possible connection between the killings of black men in the United States and police killings of African Americans.
The article said a man named J.B. Jackson, whose name has been redacted, was arrested in December 2018 on a felony charge of felony murder and a felony count of aggravated assault with a firearm in the March 2018 shooting death of Dwayne H. Johnson in Florida.
Police say he pointed a gun at Johnson and shot him after Johnson turned away.
Jackson has been released on bail.
He is not believed to be the man in the image of the car in the Ponte-Veda Beach parking lot that police found in February.
On Feb. 5, AP reporters identified Jackson as a white male, about 5-foot-11, wearing a tan T-shirt, dark pants and dark shoes.
The story has not changed.
Jackson was arrested on charges of felony second-degree murder and second-grade felony reckless conduct in March.
He was charged with felony second-, third- and fourth-degree battery on a person less than 14 and second, third- or fourth-level felony reckless disregard of