Vigil held for man killed in Southeast Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Friends and family of a Fresno man gathered Friday night at the Southeast Fresno store where he was killed Thursday.
A vigil was held at Super One Food and Liquor where Kashmir Manes worked as a stocking clerk. Fresno police say the 45-year-old was shot during a robbery.
Family members say they'll remember him as a generous man who treated each customer like they were part of the family.
Another employee was also injured during the attack after being hit over the head with a metal rod.
Fresno police are looking for two masked men who they say hit the store just before it closed. They're using surveillance video from the mini mart to search for the suspects but so far they've made no arrests.
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