The investigation continues into the brutal attack of KATV Anchor Anne Pressly
. There's new information that may point investigators in the direction of who is responsible.
Wednesday afternoon, just after 2pm Little Rock police were at the Shell station at I-30 and 9th street snapping photos and collecting evidence.
"It just looked like they were trying to calculate the imagery," says Shell employee Ricardo Polk.
Clerk Shiva Reddy says police came in Tuesday requesting surveillance video from early Monday morning, the day Pressly was found.
“They [the police] just got the video," Reddy tells us.
If Pressly's attacker was there, Polk says that person may not be on the loose much longer. He says the stores surveillance system scan every area of the store.
"Our surveillance cameras are everywhere," Polk said. "One screen will show 9 different segments and this one when you walk in, shows right here in the store, the back rooms. Inside the garage and stuff like that."
FOX16 News obtained new information Wednesday from two different sources, including an investigator. The Little Rock Police Department urged local media outlets not to report unofficial information. We decided to hold our story for 24-hours to give investigators time to work this latest lead.