A Dallas pharmacy loss prevention agent is accused of chasing down a suspected shoplifter and then fatally shooting him Sunday afternoon.
A Dallas pharmacy loss prevention agent is accused of chasing down a suspected shoplifter and then fatally shooting him Sunday afternoon. Star-Telegram archives Courtesy
A Dallas pharmacy loss prevention agent is accused of chasing down a suspected shoplifter and then fatally shooting him Sunday afternoon. Star-Telegram archives Courtesy

Dallas pharmacy employee accused of chasing suspected shoplifter, fatally shooting him

July 11, 2017 9:46 AM

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