Police still looking for witness in Munchbar shooting

Police still looking for witness in Munchbar shooting
Surveillance footage shows a man in a white hat who may have been with the victim during the deadly Christmas Eve shooting at Munchbar in Bellevue.

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Despite arresting a teenage suspect last month, the Bellevue Police Department is still looking for a witness to the Christmas Eve shooting at Munchbar that left one man dead and another injured.

According to police, the man in the white hat caught on surveillance footage appeared to be with the victim during the shooting.

More than 600 people, including several Seattle Seahawks players, were crowded into Bellevue Square's Munchbar Dec. 24 following the Seahawks' win over the San Francisco 49ers when gunshots erupted.

According to police, 19-year-old Ja'mari Alexander Jones shot and killed a 30-year-old Seattle man after getting into a fight with him.

Jones is one of three teens responsible for the beating death of "Tuba Man" Ed McMichael in 2008.

He was arrested near Tacoma while driving a stolen car a week after the Munchbar shooting, according to police.

The Bellevue Police Department is asking anyone who knows the identity of the man in the white hat to call them.