Backpack prompts evacuation at Boynton movie theater

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Backpack prompts evacuation at Boynton movie theater.

The 79-year-old from Florida was in the bottle shop he’d recently sold and counting down until he could go home and enjoy a celebratory dinner with his family. After a robbery just weeks ago, the 79-year-old man’s family finally convinced him it was time to retire, according to the officer who investigated the case. A customer found him, shot and killed behind the counter — the city’s sixth homicide of 2015 and one of eight in the previous eight days in Palm Beach County, whose homicide count for the year has reached 90, according to a Palm Beach Post database. Villari said he got to know Arezoumandifar, who commuted from Jupiter, after the man hda tangled with a previous robber last month.The officer remembered the grandfather as “a very nice, hard-working guy” who was helping out the new owner.

Boynton Beach Police Investigator Marcos Villari, addressing members of the media in front of the portrait of seventy nine year old Ali Arezoumandifar during a press conference requesting the publics help in solving this murder Monday Nov. 23, 2015, at the Boynton Beach police department headquarters in Boynton Beach. Arezoumandifar was shot Sunday evening at the Liquor Market near Woolbright and Congress Avenue.(Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post) Sunday just after 8 p.m., it was a customer who called police to the store. On Oct. 27, a man wearing a black mask grabbed more than $300 worth of scratch-off lottery tickets from the store and fled in a dark blue sedan, police said. Magnolia Salgado, who works at the dry cleaners three doors down from Arezoumandifar’s liquor store, said the two had built a rapport over the last three years.

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