A woman was taken into custody in connection with the murder of an employee at O'Reilly Auto Parts in Detroit has been released.
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Police say they have determined that the 23-year-old woman is not a suspect in the case.
On Wednesday night, two women walked into the store and casually shopped, then went behind the counter and demanded cash from the female clerk.
Police said a manager, 70-year-old James Haller Jr., came up to see what was going on and that’s when one of the women fired a shot and hit him.
The first suspect is described as an African American woman, believed to be between 25 and 35-years-old, with a medium brown complexion, standing 5'8", with a heavy build and long curly hair, wearing a blue jean jacket with a distinctive design on the front, a white shirt and red or burgundy colored pants and armed with a weapon.
The second suspect is described as an African American woman, believed to be between 25 and 35-years-old, with a medium brown complexion, standing 5'7", wearing a black jacket with fur trim around the hood of the collar and dark colored jeans.
They were seen leaving the scene in an older model burgundy Chevy Suburban with a broken rear right window that was covered by clear plastic duct taped to the vehicle. The license plate number is not known.
The getaway car has not been recovered.