Are the brown-shirted man and boy shown in the Shell station surveillance video yet identified? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq7MU7Xvics The man appears more grandfather age (mid-40's to early 50's) than father age, as compared to the boy's assumed age of 10 - 11 yrs. The man dresses 'younger' than as he appears. The man is wearing a watch on his right wrist (01:05). The man is sporting a chin-shapped, gray, perhaps salt-n-pepper, beard. (00:14 - 00:15) The man inserts his right hand in to his right front pants pocket and retrieves a wallet. (01:07) The man holds the wallet in his left hand and works in the wallet using his right hand. The man gives something (probably paper money) to clerk from his right hand then immediately inserts his right hand in to his right front pants pocket. A habit? The man turns right, looking toward where the boy walked, as if to verify the boy's location. (01:15) The man then grabs the brim of his 'baseball-style' cap with his right hand as he turns back to face the clerk. (01:16) This is noteworthy because that action, along with demeanor and facial appearance presents as a thinking moment. What is the man thinking? Was he thinking of what he just witnessed on the street, looking toward the boy as if, "what if that happened to him .. should I report what I saw or did I really see what I thought I saw", or am I reading too much in to his action? Clerk hands change to the man (01:26) and the man places something in to his left front pants pocket (the change?) and returns the wallet to his right front pants pocket.