Daniel Hambrick pictures,shot dead by cop Andrew Delke
Daniel Hambrick, 25, (right) was caught on a school CCTV system running away from officer Andrew Delke, also 25, before being shot dead in Nashville last month
Delke (bottom right) said Hambrick fled a traffic stop with a gun in his hand on July 26, prompting him to give chase before opening fire
Hambrick is pictured left in a mugshot from an unknown earlier offence, while officer Delke is pictured on the right
Hambrick fled after a traffic stop on July 26 and was shot three times by Delke
CCTV shows Hambrick sprinting away from Delke when the officer opens fire
Delke said Hambrick had a weapon and a gun was found close to the scene, though the CCTV does not clearly show if Hambrick was holding anything
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