An accused killer in the New Jersey posted a photo of him wearing the same clothes he wore at an alleged murder , at the head of the police at a invite arrest .
Matthew Tanner, 36, posted a photo on Facebook shortly after allegedly killing Daquan Basnight, 30. Police found Basnight on the street when they responded to shots detected by the city's ShotSpotter system at 12:20 a.m. on August 1.
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The next day, Tanner posted a photo that showed him wearing black pants, a black T-shirt and reflective white shoes - the same outfit police had identified for the murder suspect, the Trentonian reported.
Hig H-grade surveillance footage from nearby businesses captured footage of the killer, which police say matches the photo posted by Tanner. The footage captured the killer as he fled to a nearby alley.
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Additional footage shows Tanner heading to his last known address.
Police demanded that the Facebook page be kept preserved while police obtainednu a data warrant.
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Police then used "open source intelligence tools " to find Tanner's profile on Facebook, where they found the photo that allowed them to match Tanner's image to that of the killer.
Police have not offered any motives or theory as to why Tanner allegedly killed Basnight, according to the target NJ.com .
Tanner faces a charge of first degree murder, along with multiple offenses related to weapons, CBS 3 Philadelphia reported.