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Arrest made in shooting death of Brooklyn store employee

Mohamed Bilal, 32, was working inside New Altitude computer repair shop when he was shot and killed on Monday. (Credit: Google Maps) Mohamed Bilal, 32, was working inside New Altitude computer repair shop when he was shot and killed Monday. Credit: Google Maps

Police have arrested a man in connection with the shooting death of a 32-year-old computer repair shop employee.

Robert Bullock, 24, allegedly entered the East New York store where Mohamed Bilal worked about 1:30 p.m. on Monday and shot him in the chest, killing him.

Police say the shooting may have been the result of a botched robbery, and that Bullock had handed Bilal a bag to put money in, NY1 reported.

Bullock was charged with murder, attempted robbery and criminal possession of a weapon.

Bilal had recently moved to the city from Pakistan and has a wife and newborn baby back home.

 
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