Greensboro store clerk is dead after thieves took his money and his life while his son watched.
Satwinder Singh, a deeply religious Sikh with close ties to the community, was minding the Aman Mini-Mart on North Church St. when three men entered the store and demanded money from the cash register. Singh obliged, handing over about $400 dollars. Two of the men ran out of the store, but the third turned and shot Singh dead, leaving the clerk's 14-year-old son to call for help....
Shelly Lucas also recalled how generous Singh was: "If I didn't have the money, I could get gas or cigarettes and I'd come back and pay him later."
Singh was known as a hard-working man, arriving at work at 7 a.m. and not leaving until 11 p.m.
Police are still trying to find the three men responsible for his death.
Singh is survived by his three children and wife.
How You Can Help - Anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call Greensboro Police Criminal Investigation Division at (336) 373-2255 or Crime Stoppers at (336) 373-1000. [Link]
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