A psychology professor is hunting for answers in a case of the ‘most terrifying murder I’ve ever witnessed’

A psychology teacher from Florida is on the hunt for answers after a man was shot dead by a campus police officer who allegedly mistook her for a student.

Police have released surveillance video showing the moments before and after a fatal shooting of an 18-year-old student.

They say the man was walking down the street in the university’s parking lot, near campus, when he was shot.

He was rushed to the hospital but died there.

An autopsy was conducted on Tuesday and police said the victim, who was in critical condition, was shot in the back.

“What you are seeing here is an innocent victim, but when that person gets shot, it is absolutely a terrifying experience,” said Tampa police Capt. Steve Gaddis.

The university is investigating the shooting and said the department was “aware of the incident” but had no comment about the suspect’s motive.

Gaddis said the man is the first Florida student to be shot in a police-involved shooting.

He said the officer who pulled the trigger is on paid administrative leave pending the investigation.

The man, who did not want to be identified, told police that he was walking on the sidewalk with his girlfriend when a man in a dark-colored car pulled up behind him.

According to the man, the suspect, who had a gun, asked the victim to step out of the car.

After he complied, the man allegedly pointed a gun at the victim and told him to get out of his car.

The victim said he complied because he thought he was being followed.

In the surveillance video, the victim can be heard saying, “Oh, you’re the guy with the gun.

Get out of my car!”

The suspect, later identified as 22-year old Nicholas B. Rios, told officers he didn’t know the victim.

He also said he thought the victim was armed with a knife and that he had a knife with him when he pulled up in the car, according to police.

Witnesses told police Rios had the weapon in his hand, according a police report.

Rios was taken to Tampa General Hospital where he died.