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Posted at 11:06 AM ET, 12/ 1/2010

$30K reward in 7-Eleven clerk murder

By Allison Klein
Allison Klein

7-Eleven Inc. is offering a $30,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the men who killed a Glen Burnie store clerk in August, Anne Arundel police said.

Youssef Attia, 48, was killed by three men who came in to rob the store in the 7700 block of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, at 3:30 a.m. on August 9.

Detectives believe that three men walked into the store and announced a robbery. When Attia tried to leave the store, one of the robbers shot him. Police say it is unclear if the suspects stole money from the store.

Police ask anyone with information about the crime to call detective Regina Gow at 410-222-3417.

Metro Crime Stoppers is offering an additional reward of up to $2,000.00.

By Allison Klein  | December 1, 2010; 11:06 AM ET
Categories:  Allison Klein, Anne Arundel, Homicide  
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Comments

Well at least we know the three were men. But that's about it. How about it WaPo? Age? Race? Description?...that the best you can do? If so, you'd better go out and get a job shelling shrimp; don't bother trying to be a "news reporter," let alone become a detective.

Posted by: wjc1va | December 1, 2010 8:53 PM | Report abuse

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