BAYTOWN, Texas - Baytown Police have released new video and photos of the car they believe was driven by the person who shot and killed Deputy Clint Greenwood.

Investigators believe the vehicle is a black, 2013-2017 Nissan Versa Note. 

Police are reaching out to the public for help in finding that vehicle. They’re asking anyone in southeast Harris County with surveillance cameras to check for video of the Nissan. 

<p>Deputy Constable Clinton Greenwood</p>

They want everyone to check between 6 a.m. Thursday, March 30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 4. They’ve chosen such a wide time frame because so many cameras have dates and times that are off.

“We are asking for you to retain that footage. Don’t let it be deleted, erased or automatically over-ridden by your surveillance system,” Baytown police said.

Deputy Greenwood was gunned down when he arrived for work around 7 Monday morning, April 3.  

Since then, investigators from several area agencies have been working nonstop on the case.

"The main thing is that we get it solved," said Lt. Steve Dorris. "I mean, obviously we want to get it done as quick as we can. We have a killer out there." 

Police released video of the possible suspect on Tuesday. 

They say the driver pulled into a parking spot, got out and is believed to have walked towards the parking spot assigned to Greenwood.

The vehicle was parked on the opposite end of the parking lot from where Greenwood was killed. In the video, the car is seen leaving the parking lot and exiting onto Baker Road. 

There is a $65,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in this case.

If you think you see the vehicle on your camera, please send your name, address and phone number to

 If you have other information on the case, call Baytown police at 281-422-8371 or Crime Stoppers at 281-427-TIPS or 281-222-TIPS. You can also submit anonymous tips online at the Baytown Police Department website

Anyone in southeast Harris County is asked to check your surveillance cameras for video of the car beileved connected to the murder of Deputy Clint Greenwood.&nbsp;