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Four, including three teens, charged in store owner’s death

CHICAGO (AP) — An adult and three teenagers are charged with first-degree murder in the death of a Chicago convenience store owner during an armed robbery.

Mohammed I. Maali was killed Friday when four suspects, including a 13-year-old, entered the store and grabbed cash from the register.

Maali exchanged gunfire with at least one of the robbers, wounding two.

Responding officers followed a blood trail left by 34-year-old Sammy Trice, arresting him inside an abandoned apartment building.

The other suspects were arrested after police stopped an auto that contained a wounded 17-year-old Anthony Carter.

Trice and Carter, who is charged as an adult, are being held without bond.

Chicago Police

Associated Press

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