Vigil to be held for murdered gas station clerk

MAPLE HEIGHTS -- The community will gather Wednesday night in memory of a man who was gunned down at a gas station this week.

A vigil for 41-year-old Kumer Saha will take place at 8 p.m. in the parking lot of the Maple Heights gas station where he was murdered.

Saha, a father of two young boys, was fatally shot by an unidentified male around 11 p.m. Monday at the Prime Station in the 14100 block of Granger Road.

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Surveillance video captured the moment when the suspect walks down the aisle, points a gun at Saha and opens fire.

Authorities were initially alerted to the situation by a customer who reported the gas station clerk was passed out behind the counter. Upon their arrival, officers realized he had actually been shot.

Police are actively seeking the gunman.

Saha's family says he was working at the gas station to learn how to run a business.

They say he had a master's degree in accounting and was hoping to open his own gas station one day.

This is the second murder at this station since 2008 when Muhammad Khan was shot and killed.


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