UPDATE: Second Looter Arrested – Linked to Killer of Retired Police Chief David Dorn

Retired St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn was murdered on Monday night outside of Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry in North St. Louis City.

The looters then broke in the store and looted it as dozens of cars drove by on Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.

David Dorn was 77-years-old when he was gunned down by looters.

He lay outside the store bleeding as his death was captured on Facebook Live.

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On Friday St. Louis Police released photos of persons of interest in the murder of Ret. Capt. David Dorn.

Here are the photos of the seven suspects who were caught on camera breaking into Lee’s Pawnshop on Martin Luther King Drive in North St. Louis.

Suspect 1

Suspect 2

Suspect 3

Suspect 4 with earrings

Suspect 5 with a cut on his hand

Suspect 5

Suspect 6

Suspect 7

Suspect 6 pointing a gun

The St. Louis police released these images on Friday afternoon.

UPDATE– Retired St. Louis County Police Chief Tom Fitch told FOX News this afternoon that there have been promising leads on the killers of retired Officer David Dorn.

UPDATE– On Sunday St. Louis Police arrested and charged 24-year-old Stephan Cannon with first-degree murder for the death of retired Police Captain David Dorn.

KMOV reported:

A man has been charged with the murder of retired Captain David Dorn.

Officials said 24-year-old Stephan Cannon was charged with first-degree murder for the death of Dorn. The shooting happened at Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry on June 2 after a night of looting and violent rioting in St. Louis City.

Police said Dorn was found shot multiple times.

“[Dorn] was murdered by looters at a pawnshop. He was the type of brother that would’ve given his life to save them if he had to. Violence is not the answer, whether it’s a citizen or officer,” the Ethical Society of Police of St. Louis wrote after the murder.

Cannon was also charged with robbery, burglary, armed criminal action and felon in possession of a firearm.

Police said Cannon admitted he cut his hair to change his appearance after seeing surveillance video released by police.

And St. Louis police announced on Sunday afternoon that a second looter was arrested connected to the looting.