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A 16-year-old teenager was murdered while working in the self-service area of a Burger King from Capitol Drive, Milwaukee last Sunday, according to the police of that city.
Milwaukee police released a description of the suspect in the murder of the young woman named Niesha Harris-Brazell while working in said fast food chain.
Niesha’s mother is desperate for answers. “You took the light off me,” Harris-Brazell’s mother, Liceal Brazell, told a Wisconsin outlet. “You have to pay for your actions. You have to answer for this, ”he added.
Milwaukee police confirmed that Niesha was working in the drive-thru area of a Burger King on Capitol Drive when a man fatally shot her in order to rob the fast food restaurant.
The killer, according to a Milwaukee police statement, He is an African American man with a strong complexion. “He was last seen wearing a red hoodie, tan pants and was armed with a pistol,” the statement read. “The suspect vehicle is described as a black 4-door Chevy Impala with a sunroof and a rear spoiler.”
The murder of Niesha
Police responded to an emergency call last Sunday at 10:25 pm; Niesha, who was shot twice, for which she was rushed to a local hospital where she later died from her injuries.
Niesha’s mother started a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for her daughter’s funeral; Furthermore, restaurateur and developer Omar Shaikh is planning a private fundraising dinner to benefit the victim’s family.
Shaikh owns Carnevor, a premier Milwaukee steakhouse and 3rd St. Market Hall, another Milwaukee restaurant; the entrepreneur will charge $ 1,000 per person for the charity dinner.
If you are interested in attending the charity dinner to support Niesha’s family, click here.
Police are asking anyone with information about Niesha’s murder to contact them at 414-935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS.
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