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UPDATE: Wichita Falls police arrest homicide suspect

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UPDATE: Wichita Falls police say they've made an arrest connected to a deadly shooting.

Steven Anthony Wade has been taken into custody in connection to the Zoom Zooms gas station clerk's homicide. He's in the Wichita County jail two-million dollars bond. Police say he's one of the robbers seen in surveillance video Wednesday night. They are still looking for the other suspect and the gun used in the shooting.

We'll keep you updated on any further developments.

ORIGINAL STORY

Wichita Falls- Police say they're investigating a capital murder case following a shooting.

It happened at Zoom Zooms convenience store on the corner of Martin Luther King, Junior Boulevard and Paradise Street. Police say two men wearing red bandanas went into the store and shot an employee. The worker was taken to a hospital and later pronounced dead.

Police have released surveillance photos of the suspects. Take a good look. You can see one man climbing over the counter. Anybody with information about these guys is asked to call Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.

 

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