Two shooters are on the run after police say they shot and killed a convenience store clerk in a robbery on Tuesday night.
South Fulton City Police are investigating a murder at the Quick Pick Food Mart on Welcome All Road in South Fulton.
Police say they noticed that the clerk was shot several times when they arrived at the store. He was declared dead on the scene.
Investigators have not revealed the identity of the clerk, but the owner, Saeed Buhari, who is also the victim’s brother-in-law, identified him as follows: Channel 2 Candy Smackow One As 44-year-old Tony Zanabe.
Buhari was holding back tears trying to understand the meaningless killings of his colleagues and loved ones.
“Why do you kill him? Why do you kill him?” He wondered aloud. “You may have shot him elsewhere … he has a family.”
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A surveillance video of two masked men coming to the store and robbing a clerk before the shot sounds.
Police said the same two men robbed Dollar General before robbing the quick pick.
Witnesses who didn’t want to be identified told Channel 2 that she came in during the robbery. She says the shooter was yelling for the clerk to open the door to go behind the counter.
“The next thing I know is that the man was opening the door and they were telling him,’Give me some money! Give me a cigarette!’ I just ask for all sorts of items and stuff.” She said.
She says the clerk handed everything, but that wasn’t enough.
“I shot him just like eight times,” she explained. “I just got off because I thought maybe they would kill me too.”
At that time, witnesses said she began begging the shooter for her life.
“I raised my hand and said,” Please don’t kill me. Don’t kill me. “He was like” okay, ma “,” she said.
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Detectives say each suspect wore only one glove.
According to police, men may be traveling on a new model of Bronze Chevrolet Malibu, but they have not been identified.
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