A Pakistani-American Store Owner Shot, Killed During Robbery in Fort Worth Texas
By: Raja Zahid A. Khanzada
Dallas: A Pakistani-American was killed during an armed robbery at his gas station. Fort Worth Texas, the gas station “Super Big County” is located in the 4500 block of East FM 1187 South Fort Worth Texas. Gas station owner, Ayub Ali, was killed during a robbery according to police. An armed man entered Super Big County early Friday and robbed the Owner who had recently opened the store. According to the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office the armed man was riding a gray Toyota Sienna. The minivan has a Texas license plate GPB0449. He was wearing a surgical mask on his face, a white cap, and gloves. Tarrant County Sheriff’s office said that if anyone has any information related to the accused person, they can provide assistance to the police by calling 911 or by calling 8178841213. The police have also shared the suspect’s video with the public which can be seen.
According to information obtained by Jago Times news he is belong to Pakistani city of Karachi, the deceased Ayub Ali is reported to be over 60 years old and was a resident of Euless, Texas for decades. The deceased has left a widow, two sons, and a daughter. All Ismaili and local Pakistanis are concerned about this murder. The deceased’s body is still in the custody of the police, however, he will be buried in the cemetery for the Ismaili Muslim community in the DFW area. Funeral service will be announced soon after the police is done with the investigation.