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Raw video: Virginia police are looking for suspects in fatal Denny’s shooting.
The two men are being sought in the killing of a DoorDash delivery person at a Virginia Denny’s robbery last week have been arrested.
Jordan Anderson, of Manassas, Va., young, Thomas Walker, of Chesapeake Beach, Md., were arrested on Sunday in the states of Maryland and Virginia, the Prince William County police said. They are both 22.
They have been accused of stealing from the Denny’s in Manassas, overnight on Thursday. Approximately 23 people were in the restaurant at the time. They are also suspected in the other three stick-ups, just in time for Christmas, police said.
Mug shots for Jordan Anderson, left, and Ryan Thomas, to Walker, to the right. (Prince William County Police Department)
The DoorDash driver who was killed, Yusuf Ozgur, 56, had gone to the restaurant to pick up an order. He was shot dead, while he, unconsciously, held the door open for them, as if they were on the run, police said.
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A Denny’s patron saint, is a 34-year-old man, was shot and injured after the attackers demanded everyone get down on the floor, and as he did so, as I said, according to police.
“Investigators and our law enforcement partners are grateful for the overwhelming support of our community, and in this case, which enabled us to identify and arrest the suspects responsible for the murder of Yusuf Ozgur, and the malicious wounding of the other victim, who is still recovering from his injuries that he sustained during the incident,” police spokesman Sgt. By Jonathan Perok, said, according to the Prince William Times.
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Anderson was arrested during a traffic stop in another county, Virginia, the paper reported on Monday.
Walker was arrested at the home of a friend in the Chesapeake Bay.
The police have released a surveillance video that showed the two men in masks, entered the Denny’s. They swayed for a while. The other had a baton.
The FBI offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Ozgur’s wife found out about the arrest, a detective with The new york times reported.
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“She’s thankful,” a friend of the family, Ditto Urel, told the newspaper. “I believe in revenge, it is not up to us to try to to it in the sight of God, and we will make it up to him to give to us the righteousness and peace that we need.”