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19-year-old NYC Burger King Worker Shot Dead by Thug For $100

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Jared Evan

A 19-year-old woman is dead after being shot by an armed robber at a Burger King in East Harlem early Sunday morning. The degenerate thug callously shot her even after receiving cash.

The victim who had recently moved with her family from Puerto Rico to New York seeking a better life was gunned down and killed during a robbery while working the night shift at the Harlem Burger King – with the killer making off with only $100, Daily Mail reported.

The degenerate took the cash from the victim and turned around on his way out to shoot her dead, according to CBS 2

Police said two other people were assaulted during the course of the robbery. A female manager at the restaurant was punched in the face and a male customer was pistol-whipped, by the vile thug.  Both are expected to recover.

The NYPD says the incident happened around 12:45 a.m. at the Burger King located at East 116th Street and Lexington Avenue, Fox News reported.

During the robbery, the miscreant shot 19-year-old Kristal Bayron-Nieves in her torso before escaping west on East 116th Street.

EMS rushed Bayron-Nieves to Metropolitan Hospital but it was too late to save her life.

“A nineteen-year-old girl was shot and killed yesterday in East Harlem while doing her job,” Mayor Eric Adams tweeted on Sunday. “Guns are destroying lives in our city.”

The NYPD has released surveillance footage of the suspect, who is described as a man with a dark complexion and slim build, and was last seen wearing a black mask, all black clothing, and possibly carrying a black plastic bag, NY media reported.

“The mask mandates make it more difficult to catch criminals, as every other person in the streets of NYC are wearing some kind of face covering, COVID mask mandates basically make it open season for thugs”, an NYPD officer told TJV News.

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