The suspect walked into the store with a gun, pointed it at the cashier and then took the drawer from the cash register, police said.
Terence Tyler, 23, working a night shift left the store around 3:30 a.m. and came back a short time later armed with an AK-47 and an automatic pistol and opened fire, according to authorities.
“It’s crazy. I mean, I don’t understand it. We should have a supermarket,” resident said Maryanne Kholdani.
One man was killed and another wounded when gunfire erupted behind a supermarket in northern New Jersey.
Consumer Affairs said Wednesday the last time they performed inspections of overpriced, improperly taxed or inaccurate scanners, about half of the supermarkets flunked.
Shoppers in Connecticut will soon notice little heart-shaped signs next to fish at the supermarket, WCBS 880’s Fran Schneidua reports.
There will be no more reusable shopping bags at the Long Island-based King Kullen supermarket chain.