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Raw video: Virginia police are looking for suspects in fatal Denny’s shooting.
The FBI and police are searching for two thieves who held up a packed Virginia, Denny’s, and shot two people, killing one of them, and a DoorDash delivery person to pick up your order.
Prince William County police have released surveillance video that shows two robbers entering the Denny’s in Manassas, overnight on Thursday. They were armed with a pistol and a baton.
“This is a heinous crime,” Police chief Barry Barnard said, according to WJLA-TV. “People are eating in a Denny’s at two o’clock in the morning and enjoy their time, enjoy their friends, and people would come up to the commission of a robbery. And, without any provocation, and everyone worked together, there were about 20 people in the restaurant, we were involved in no resistance — they have to shoot the two men. The one is to be killed.”
The thieves ordered the victims to surrender their wallets and cell phones, police said. They are left without the one and only Denny’s receipts.
Image from surveillance video shows the two thieves who are in Virginia, Denny’s early Thursday and announced a robbery. They swayed for a while.
(Prince William County Police Department)
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The person who was killed was Yusuf Ozgur, a 56-year-old DoorDash driver, of Manassas, Fox 5 DC on Friday that reported.
He was shot and struck in the head with a baton after a long walk in the Denny’s to pick up an order for a customer and subconsciously hold the door for them as they were leaving, according to police.
The other victim, a 34-year-old man who lived at Rixeyville, Va., who was severely injured after he was shot dead as he sat on the floor, as demanded, according to police.
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The man was eating with friends when the robbers showed up.
The two holdup men were also, for the other three early-morning robberies in Manassas and Woodbridge, which took place last week at a bowling alley, a hotel and a pharmacy in the last week, WJLA reported. They took place on the Eve of christmas, Dec. 23. and a Dec. 21.
Ozgur, who is from Turkey, and is the married father of two children, and was buried, in Virginia on Saturday.
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“I still can’t believe that he has died,” the friend Murat Ozen, told Fox 5. “Now we’re trying to figure out what we can do for the family he left behind.”