By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — The family of Lymond Moses protested outside New Castle County Police headquarters Wednesday afternoon. Moses was shot and killed by police in Wilmington on Jan. 13.

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The family is demanding the release of the police body camera video from the shooting.

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Investigators say Moses made a U-turn and sped directly at the officers, who opened fire.

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His family says they saw the police body camera video. They believe the officers involved used excessive force.