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CCTV captures chilling murder inside Delhi Burger King, man shot 38 times
Videograb of Delhi Burger King murder/ courtesy: X

CCTV captures chilling murder inside Delhi Burger King, man shot 38 times

| @@indiablooms | 20 Jun 2024, 10:33 pm

In a chilling incident, a 26-year-old man's murder was captured by CCTV inside a Burger King outlet in west Delhi's Rajouri Garden, which has now surfaced showing how the targetted killing took place at the popular fast food joint.

The victim, Aman, was sitting with a woman and she seemed to show him a picture on her phone.

At 9:41 pm, the first shots were fired. Two men sitting behind the victim took their pistols out and shot him in the back.

The gunshots created panic inside the outlet and people were seen running away.

Aman ran towards the billing counter with the men in orange and white shirts chasing him and then shoot him multiple times from point-blank range. One of the shooters stood on the counter and fired several times.

Meanwhile, the woman sitting with Aman looked unfazed by the incident and walked off the food joint. In less than a minute, the entire Burger King outlet was empty.

As many as 38 bullets of three different makes were found on Aman's body inside the fast food outlet Tuesday night, the FIR says. The different bullets suggest that the two shooters used more than two weapons.

Aman's body was found behind the billing counter, indicating that he tried to flee when the killers opened fire. The killers, the Burger King staff have said, were in the 25-30 years age group.

The cops suspect it may have been revenge for a 2020 murder in Haryana. Police suspect gang rivalry led to the shocking murder that has raised questions about the law and order situation in the capital.

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