Brooklyn, NY - Accused Store Keepers' Serial Killer Indicted
Brooklyn, NY - A Staten Island man accused of killing three Brooklyn shopkeepers was indicted Tuesday on first degree murder charges.
Salvatore Perrone, 64, appeared in Brooklyn Criminal Court to face charges that he shot and killed the men between July and November.
Investigators found a duffel bag in Perrone’s girlfriend’s apartment containing a rifle that matched shells found where the store keepers were killed, police said.
Mohamed Gebeli, 65; Isaac Kadare, 59; and Rahmatollah Vahidipour, 78, were all found dead inside their stores. The men were of Middle Eastern descent.
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