The victim was reportedly a panhandler who frequented the gas station
A murder suspect talks with his victim outside a Detroit gas station on Sunday in what police described as a “random execution for no reason.”
The murder took place around 7:30 p.m. when the suspect gave the victim, who is affiliated with Granthshala WJBK-TV Report was a panhandler, before walking away with some money.
Police said the shooter then went to the victim and shot him once and fled.
The victim was declared brought dead on the spot. Officials have not disclosed the cause of the murder.
Detroit Police Capt. James McGinnis told the news outlet, “Many of our murders are by people who know each other, maybe domestic incidents, but in this case, it feels like random executions for no reason and that’s for us.” Very worrying.” .
The station said the victim was a 50-year-old man who often lived near a gas station.
The suspected shooter is described as white, who is five feet, nine inches tall.