Maple Heights: Crowd gathered for vigil for slain father

MAPLE HEIGHTS -- Dozens of people stood outside in the Prime Gas Station parking lot to honor Kumar Saha.

Emotions ran high over this tragedy as they remembered a friend, a husband, and a father, and hoped for change in the neighborhood.

The community was shining a light on the life of the 41-year-old Saha as his brother-in-law tries to cope with the loss.

He died Monday night, shot and killed at work inside the Prime Gas Station. Surveillance footage shows the suspect opening fire and taking what he can, which turned out to be only $50 or $60, but it cost the community so much more.

Saha's murder remains unsolved. The father of two was learning how to run a business so he could open his own.


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