Authorities in Philadelphia want the public to watch “very clear” surveillance video of a heartless gunman who fatally shot a Dunkin’ Donuts manager during an armed robbery, according to a report.
The homicide chief of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office called on the public Monday to watch the footage posted online by police showing the suspect in his late 30s to early 40s armed with a revolver inside the store before gunning down Christine Lugo at about 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
“We are begging you to come forward,” Chesley Lightsey, chief of the homicide unit, told the Philadelphia Inquirer, after putting up the footage, which shows the killer holding Lugo at gunpoint, but does not show the slaying.
“The only way the police can get to an arrest and then our office can get to approve charges is for the community to come forward and help.”
Dunkin’ Donuts manager Christine Lugo was murdered during a robbery on June 5,