Sketch released in Water Station shooting

Authorities are investigating a robbery then ended with a fatal shooting at a Detroit wellness store Tuesday evening. 

Police say employees at The Water Station on Woodward Avenue were taking out the trash around 7 p.m. and left the back door open. 

"Two suspects came in through the back door, one of them was armed with a gun. Robbed him, took the cash register. He then marched all three people outside and continued the robbery, made them empty their pockets," says Detroit Police Capt. Steve Walton.

At some point, a fight broke out between the employees and the suspects, and employee 29-year-old Devin Lewis was shot and killed. 

Police say the suspects got away with $1,300 in cash. 

Saturday Detroit police released a composite of one of the two suspects wanted in connection with the fatal shooting.

The suspect (shooter) is described as a black male, 25-30, 6'2", 180 lbs., caramel brown complexion, low hairstyle, brown oriental almond shaped eyes, possibly a light mustache, wearing all black waist length jacket, pants and shoes, armed with a BSA handgun.

If anyone has seen this individual or have any information pertaining to this crime, they are asked to please contact the Detroit Police Homicide Section at 313-596-2260, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP.

false
false
false
Up Next:


false
false
false

Stories you may be interested in - includes Advertiser Stories

false
false
false