UPDATE: Bath Township Police identify subjects in surveillance video

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UPDATE (WLNS) — Bath Township police say they’ve spoken to the parties whose images were captured in the hunting surveillance video they posted on social media Thursday morning.  

Officer Avery Lyon told Channel 6 News Thursday afternoon they now know who the two people are, have spoken to them and determined neither are connected to the murder of  68-year-old hunter Chong Yang, who was shot and killed in Clinton County in November. 

He declined to release the names of the people pictured.    

The video was gathered from a trail camera in the Rose Lake State Game Hunting Area .

Officer Lyon says the police investigation continues and thanks the public for their information and quick response to the posting.


BATH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLNS) – Bath Township Police released these photos on their Facebook page. Police think they are possibly witnesses to the fatal shooting that took place on November 16, 2018.

A trail camera in the Rose Lake State game hunting area captured images of these individuals walking through the area of the shooting.

They have not been identified by the police department but may have knowledge to contribute to the investigation without even knowing it.

The release of these photos does not make them suspects in the case.

If you can identify or have contact information for the people in the pictures or any information on the fatal shooting, please contact Detective Bryan Miller at the Bath Township Police Department (517) 641-6271. Or email at BMiller@Bathtownship.us.

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