WATCH: Help authorities identify two men wanted in connection with Trenton murder

TRENTON >> Following the release of a photograph last week, authorities are still searching for two men they say are connected to the murder of a Honduran man who was stabbed to death last month.

Authorities are seeking two men connected to a stabbing death in Trenton.

Authorities are seeking two men connected to a stabbing death in Trenton.

In another attempt to identify the men, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office released an 8-second video Friday of two men walking near the area where 27-year-old Carlos Leiva-Oviedo was stabbed to death in the early-morning hours of June 14. Last week, prosecutors released a grainy still photo of the men.

Police responded to the intersection of Hudson and Genesee streets and found Leiva-Oviedo sprawled out on the in the street near his car, which was parked on Hudson. He suffered multiple stab wounds and was taken by ambulance to a hospital where he died four hours later.

Authorities did not elaborate about whether the two men are considered suspects or persons of interest. No arrests have been made and no one has been charged with the slaying of Oviedo, who became the 11th murder victim of the year.

The men, both slim, appear with each other as they walk on the sidewalk. Authorities did not reveal where the surveillance still was taken.

One of the men has a medium complexion, dark bushy hair and scraggly facial hair. He wore a blue and black jacket, camouflage pants and appeared to be wear gloves or had his hands tucked into the jacket.

The second male, possibly white or Hispanic, wore a gray sweatshirt, sleeves rolled up at the elbows, dark shorts and a bandana on his head. He appeared to carry something in his right arm.

It is unclear how the men are connected to the death of Leiva-Oviedo, who moved to Trenton about two years ago to earn money for his family, most of whom still live in Honduras. Leiva-Oviedo worked as a roofer and installed aluminum siding.

He left behind a 4-year-old daughter, whom he sent money to in Honduras, his friends said.

“He called his daughter every week,” his girlfriend Lesvia Liliana Caballero said. “He was a very responsible person. He worked a lot and he paid for his daughter’s life. He sent her money every week.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the Mercer County Homicide Task Force at 609-989-6406, the Trenton police confidential tip line at 609-989-3663 or Detective Roberto Reyes at 609-256-0997. The Trenton Crime Stoppers tip line is 609-278-8477 or text a tips labeled TCSTIPS can be sent to Trenton Crime Stoppers at 274637.

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