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12/31/03

Convenience Store Worker Gunned Down

An armed robbery attempt turned deadly on Savannah's west side when a temporary employee of a convenience store was gunned down.

It happened about 9pm last night at the Shyam food market located at West Bay and Kennilworth Streets. Police say they received a call that an armed robbery was in progress. When they arrived, 40-year-old David Miller, who was hired to clean the store, was lying near the front door.

An ambulance was called, but the crew determined Miller was dead at the scene. Savannah-Chatham police are asking for your help. Anyone with information about Savannah's latest homicide is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 234-2020.

Reported by: Kim Angelastro, kangelastro@wtoc.com

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