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Deadly shooting at Detroit gas station caught on camera

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By Amy Lange
Fox 2 News Reporter

DETROIT (WJBK) -- Sunday night, police swarmed at Citgo gas station on Grand River near Southfield on Detroit's west side.  Just inside the door, a 24-year-old man had collapsed after being fatally shot.

All of it was caught on surveillance video.  A minivan and what appeared to be a dark colored Chrysler pulled into the gas station around 9:55 p.m.  A man from the minivan entered the store, looked around and left.  A man from the Chrysler then walked in, turned around and left.  As he walked out, a white car pulled up.  In walked the victim.  He, too, turned around to leave just seconds later, but as he walked out the door, the dark colored Chrysler pulled up, the passenger side door opened and someone inside opened fire.  The victim collapsed just inside the door.  The Chrysler and the minivan pulled away.

Anyone with any information on this shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.  You can remain anonymous.

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