CHILLING CCTV footage is believed to show the final moments of a man killed in a Tesco car park.
Neil Shadwick died in hospital after being found unresponsive and without his mobility scooter- which he needs to get around – on Sunday.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of his murder and robbery.
Now, CCTV footage obtained by The Sun shows a man – believed to be Neil – and a woman driving up to the Tesco Express in Stroud, Gloucestershire around 2.20am.
The man wearing a blue jacket, red top, and black tracksuit trousers is seen going to a cashpoint while the woman leans against a wall.
The woman, wearing a long grey green jacket and hat, appears agitated and impatient.
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The man gets then back onto the scooter while the woman begins to walk off before he ushers her back.
She gets on the scooter again and they both drive off.
Mr Shadwick – who was in his 60s – was found unresponsive at 6am just under a mile away in the car park of the town's main Tesco supermarket.
His scooter was found abandoned around two hours later.
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It is understood it was ridden away by the person who stole it.
Despite medics' best efforts, he tragically died in hospital the following day.
Cops have called on anyone who saw the black mobility scooter in the Paganhill area between 2am and 4am that day.
It is believed he was the victim of a robbery and his mobility scooter was taken.
A woman has since been arrested on suspicion of murder and robbery and remains in police custody.
Anyone with information or footage is asked to contact the local force by completing an online form and quoting incident 78 of January 22, or by calling 101.
Those who wish to report information anonymously can contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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