Have you seen this man? He shot NJ clerk to death, cops say
Authorities are looking for the man they say shot a convenience store clerk to death in Willingboro Wednesday night.
According to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office, Willingboro police received a call at approximately 8:20 p.m. reporting that shots were fired in the area of the Quick N Go convenience store on Martin Luther King Avenue. Arriving officers found a man in the street suffering from gunshot wounds, the prosecutor's office said.
The man was taken to Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County in Willingboro, where he was pronounced dead approximately one hour later, the prosecutor's office said.
The deceased man has been identified as Matthew Mwinsori, 32, of Willingboro.
According to the the prosecutor's office, a man entered the store and shortly afterward that man and the victim exited to the parking lot, where it is believed the shooting occurred.
No arrests have been made. Law enforcement authorities are asking the public to help identify the shooter based on images captured by the store’s video surveillance system.
Authorities are seeking a black male who is in his 20s or 30s, who is between 5 feet and 6 inches and 5 feet and 9 inches tall, with a medium to heavy build. He was wearing a black mask that covered the top half of his face, a light-colored hoodie under a blue/gray sweater or sweatshirt, and red sneakers, according to the prosecutor's office.
“We are asking the public to take a good look at these photos, and to share them on social media,” Burlington County Prosecutor Robert Bernardi said in a statement from his office. “This person took someone’s life. Somebody out there knows his identity. Please assist us with bringing him to justice.”
Authorities are asking anyone with information to call the Willingboro Township Police Department at 609-877-6958 or Burlington County Central Communications at 609-267-8300.