Claim: BPD 'removed' surveillance cameras where Suiter was killed
BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A new complaint claims Baltimore Police Department removed surveillance cameras at a business on the block where Det. Sean Suiter was killed.
The complaint says BPD "forcefully removed" a video recording system on Bennett Place, "when an officer was killed."
In November, then Commissioner Kevin Davis said private surveillance video captured Suiter’s partner running for cover and calling 911 after hearing gunfire.
Through a Maryland Public Information Request, Fox45 requested the video and the 911 call made in response to Suiter being shot. That request was denied by police, citing the ongoing investigation into Suiter’s death.