Father of 2 Florida Shooting Survivors Killed, Suspect Turns Himself In

Father of 2 Florida Shooting Survivors Killed, Suspect Turns Himself In

Father of 2 Florida Shooting Survivors Killed, Suspect Turns Himself In

Voter registration among Americans aged 18-29 surged nationwide following the February mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people and spurred a youth-led movement for strengthening gun control laws, which has featured school walkouts, marches, town halls, and voter registration drives across the country.

Ayub Ali, the owner at the Aunt Molly's Food Store convenience store in North Lauderdale, was killed in a robbery that turned violent Tuesday afternoon. He then allegedly takes cash out of the drawer.

Police are still looking for the suspect. In the surveillance video, the suspect is seen walking out and headed north in the shopping plaza.

Tyrone Fields, 19, is charged with robbery and murder. A card, left outside the scene of the crime, says in part "I'm sorry I have to write this to you".

Two of his kids - a son and a daughter - were at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day when a gunman went on a shooting rampage, killing 17 people and wounded 17 others.


The case is still under investigation, anyone with further information is encouraged to contact with the Broward County Sheriff's Office Homicide Detective James Hayes at 954-321-4231.

He was taken by paramedics to Broward Health Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

Friends and family are mourning Ali, a Bangladesh native, who had children with his wife Farhana ranging in age from 22 months to the Stoneman Douglas students.

In a surveillance video from police, a man-who was later identified by the authorities as Fields-is spotted putting a black object to Ali's back, following him around the counter, taking money from the register, and then leaving.

As the family prepared for Ali's funeral Friday, they kept going back to the same question: Why.

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