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64-year-old fatally shot in Northwest Baltimore was well-liked convenience store owner and father of five

Baltimore Police continued to investigate the shooting of a 64-year-old convenience store owner outside his shop Saturday night.

Police identified Mousa Mohammad Jaber Monday. He was shot in the chest around 10:30 p.m. outside the Stop One shop in the 2900 block of Garrison Blvd.

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Police spokesman Det. Jeremy Silbert said a group of individuals approached the victim outside the store when one of the suspects shot the victim in the chest.

No arrests have been made, and police have not identified a motive in the case.

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Jaber’s daughter, Sausan Jaber, said Monday her family hasn’t received any information from police.

A crime scene technician laid out evidence markers Friday morning where a 42-year-old man had been shot and killed in Northeast Baltimore the night before.

She said her father has owned the store for more than 20 years and was well-liked by his customers.

“He was pretty well known in the community. They were like a second family to him,” Sausan Jaber said. She described her father as a generous man who could not hold a grudge.

“I can’t imagine him angry now. He’s just so forgiving,” she said.

Jaber leaves behind a wife and five children, his daughter said.

“We’re getting by,” she said.

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