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In Northeast, a senior citizen who was highly respected and loved by his neighbors was shot dead in front of his apartment building. FOX 5’s Shomari Stone talked to the neighbors, who were deeply saddened by the tragedy.
Residents living near a 67-year-old man are left in despair and searching for explanations following the tragic news that the senior citizen was killed in broad daylight on Wednesday morning, according to the D.C police.
The residents of the apartment building where Anthony Stewart resides are struggling to express their emotions.
As he stepped out of his apartment, he would often greet people passing by along the walkway in front of the building situated on the 100 block of 35th Street Southeast.
At approximately 11:40 a.m. on Wednesday, while he was en route to 35th Street Northeast, an individual approached him and fired a gunshot.
According to the police, the shooting of 67-year-old Anthony Stewart took place on Wednesday morning in the 100 block of 35th Street Southeast.
According to FOX 5, Mr. Stewart was taken to a hospital by medics and unfortunately passed away. The police were the source of this information.
According to the locals, he was known as a kind and introverted individual who preferred to stay to himself.
According to Ramone Lewis, Mr. Stewart’s neighbor whom he had known for more than a decade, Mr. Stewart was always in good spirits. He would go to work every day and had a great passion for cars, owning several of them in the neighborhood. Mr. Stewart would spend time washing his cars and never once complained about anything. It is truly difficult to believe that such a terrible incident happened to such a positive and hardworking individual.
Authorities are currently investigating the case and trying to determine the motive behind it. In their pursuit of justice, a reward of up to $25,000 is being offered to anyone who can provide information that will help lead to an arrest and conviction.
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