COPIAGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island deli owner has died after police say a gunman opened fire inside his store over the weekend.

Officers responded to a report of shots fired around 6:10 p.m. Saturday to La Vaquita Corp. deli on Great Neck Road in Copiague. When they arrived at the scene, they found four men suffering from gunshot wounds.

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Suffolk County police said 47-year-old Manuel Cruz-Hernandez, died at the scene.

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Three others, including the deli owner, were rushed to local hospitals with serious injuries.

Police said the owner, identified as 61-year-old Bolivar Rodriguez, succumbed to his injuries Monday.

The alleged gunman, 62-year-old Dionicio Calderon-Oseguera, was arrested Sunday on murder and attempted murder charges.

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