NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police arrested a 21-year-old East Harlem man on Friday in the death of a gas station attendant in the Bronx.

Freddie McGrier faces murder, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon charges in connection with the fatal shooting.

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Lamin Sillah, 28, was gunned down Sept. 4 at the RC Petroleum station on East 182nd Street and Southern Boulevard in the East Tremont section during an attempted robbery, police said.

Surveillance video showed Sillah getting into a struggle with a man wearing a blue New York Giants sweatshirt in an office at the gas station.

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Sillah was shot several times in the torso during the confrontation and was pronounced dead at St. Barnabas Hospital, police said.

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Sillah, a Gambian native, came to the country 10 months ago on a student visa and was taking classes at a technical school in Manhattan, relatives said. He was wrapping up his shift at the gas station at the time of the shooting.