Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office

MAYS LANDING – An investigation continues into the fatal shooting of a 28 year-old Atlantic City man and the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit is seeking assistance from the public in the identification of a vehicle of interest in the homicide, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced today.

“We are actively seeking the public’s assistance with solving this fatal shooting.  This incident occurred in broad daylight in a well-traveled area of the city. We need witnesses to step up and take a stand against the violence in our community. If you saw something, then please say something to assist us with giving this family closure,” Tyner said.

At 8 a.m. on May 19, 2021, the ACPO Major Crimes Unit responded to the area of the 300-block of N. Tennessee Avenue in Atlantic City after officers of the Atlantic City Police Department found Jahmil Greenidge dead with a gunshot wound.


Prior to the homicide, surveillance video showed a vehicle in the vicinity that is believed to be a newer model black Hyundai Sonata with tinted windows. The vehicle may possibly have a white temporary license plate registration tag.

Members of the public who may have witnessed the shooting or are familiar with the vehicle could provide ACPO detectives with information to assist in this ongoing homicide investigation.

Anyone with information, regarding this fatal shooting or any other serious crimes are asked to contact the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office at 609-909-7800 or go to the Prosecutor’s Office Web site at and provide information by filling out the form anonymously on the Submit a Tip page.

People can also call Crime Stoppers at 609-652-1234 or 1-800-658-8477 (TIPS) or visit the Crime Stoppers Website at Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for information leading to the arrest and indictment of those who commit crimes in Atlantic County.

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