The Chicago Police Department released a snippet of body-camera video Sunday of a fatal shooting that sparked violent clashes between officers and protesters. The video of the deadly Saturday encounter, released without audio, shows police surrounding Harith Augustus, 37, a neighborhood barber who appears in the footage to have a holstered gun in his waistband. Gunfire is heard after Augustus turned, attempted to flee, and seemingly reached for his waist. The footage does not show Augustus pulling the gun out of its holster. The incident provoked protests across the city’s South Side. Unveiling the video at a news conference, Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said: “In this particular instance, after seeing what transpired last night, I have an obligation to this city, to the community and to these police officers to make sure this city is safe and calm. And last night after what I saw on video, you know, bottles being thrown, urine being thrown at the police officers, we can’t have another night like that.” He added that the investigation into the shooting remained open, with “tons” of other video still being reviewed. The officer who shot Augustus has not been named.