DETROIT (WXYZ) - The mother of 29 year-old Brian Stuckey is pleading with the public to help her find her son's killers.
Stuckey was murdered by two men on Wednesday at the BP on 7 Mile and Rutherford on Detroit's northwest side. Stuckey appears to be a random victim.
Surveillance video from the station shows the two men forcing Stuckey to the ground after Stuckey tells them he can't find his keys. After telling the armed men he has kids one of the guys points his shotgun at Stuckey's heart and opens fire. The 29 year-old died almost instantly.
"I don't know how to cope with this. We talked every day," said Genise Stuckey, Brian Stuckey's mother. "He has four kids - the youngest is only two and he'll never know his dad."
Genise says the family needs help with final expenses, that right now they don't have the money to bury Brian. On Monday Genise plans to open an account with Chase so people can make donations.
A candlelight vigil is planned at the BP Sunday night at 8 p.m.
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