WATCH VIDEO: Police need help identifying suspect in fatal BART shooting
The new video shows the suspect at two different stations.
In the first clip, the alleged gunman is walking into the Pittsburg-Baypoint Station.
"Video always shows a little bit more than a still photo. You can see the way he walks, his mannerisms, the way he carries himself," BART spokesperson Alicia Trost said.
Investigators have not released many details in this case. The last time they released pictures of the suspect, they say it was from a Tri Delta bus he may have been riding with the victim.
Police have not said much about any interaction aboard the bus between the gunman and the victim.
The second clip released Wednesday shows the accused murderer after he shot 19-year-old Antioch resident Carlos Romero aboard the BART train and exited the West Oakland Station.
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There's no video of the actual shooting because BART's cameras were not working.
BART says they're working to replace the decoys on trains with working cameras.
"It's unsafe. They need more cameras, they need more safety, more police here," one rider said.
"Then we hear about how the cameras don't work on BART and we just had a rate increase so it's kind of, you wonder where your money is going," another rider said.
A $10,000 reward is being offered through Oakland Crimestoppers for information that may lead to the arrest of this accused killer.
The direct number for leaving an anonymous tip is 510-464-7011. BART investigators can also be reached at 510-464-7040; Oakland Crime Stoppers can be reached at 510-777-8572.