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Killer’s Maccas drive-thru stop after stabbing a man, captured by CCTV footage from Nowra Police

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Man seen on CCTV in front of an SUV during early morning Maccas run is wanted by police after a man was stabbed to death nearby

  • Two men spotted at drive-thru Maccas after deadly early morning stabbing in Nowra
  • The pair can be seen ordering takeout at 5:14 a.m. and paying in cash
  • Police want to speak to one of the white-looking men in his twenties
  • Michael Kerr, 52, died of a stab wound in the same area last January
  • CCTV vision of the victim walking nearby before the attack was also released

Footage of two men ordering Maccas early in the morning from a drive-thru have been released by NSW police as it investigates a stabbing that happened 200 yards away from the restaurant.

The vision, captured in January, shows two men stopping in a Mitsubishi ASX SUV at the Nowra drive-thru window at 5:14 a.m. and paying for the meal in cash.

As part of an investigation into the death, NSW police are calling on one of the men spotted in the front passenger seat to come forward and help with questions.

Police are calling on the front passenger in the Mitsubishi ASX SUV (pictured) that stopped at a Nowra McDonalds outlet to come forward to help them with questions

Michael Kerr (pictured) was fatally stabbed in the early hours of January 4 this year at an intersection 200 yards from McDonalds drive-thru

Michael Kerr (pictured) was fatally stabbed in the early hours of January 4 this year at an intersection 200 yards from McDonalds drive-thru

NSW Police want to speak to a man described by police as a white man, in his early twenties, with brown hair in the front of the SUV (pictured)

NSW Police want to speak to a man described by police as a white man, in his early twenties, with brown hair in the front of the SUV (pictured)

The man is described by police as a white man, in his early twenties, with brown hair.

“He is depicted on CCTV as a front passenger of the SUV,” the police said in a press release.

The vehicle was located in the same area where 51-year-old Michael Kerr was fatally stabbed on January 4 of this year in an avenue at the intersection of Haigh Avenue and Worrigee Street.”

Mr Kerr was found unconscious with a stab wound to the abdomen before 4:20 am and later died in hospital despite police resuscitation.

Vision of the victim walking south along nearby Kinghorne Street before the attack was also unleashed.

The police are requesting more camera or dashcam images taken in the area on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m.

The news came after a man and woman were charged with murder for a fatal hit and run in southern Nowra in April.

The 18-year-old man and 37-year-old woman were arrested after an 18-year-old man was hit by an ut.

Michael Kerr was caught on CCTV at around 3am (pictured) walking south along Kinghorne Street, Nowra on the south coast of NSW before being stabbed

Michael Kerr was caught on CCTV at around 3am (pictured) walking south along Kinghorne Street, Nowra on the south coast of NSW before being stabbed

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