Krispy Kreme delivery man killed in robbery
Nashville, Tenn. — Nashville police say early Sunday a Krispy Kreme delivery man was shot and killed during a robbery in Donelson. They are still searching to identify the suspect.
BREAKING: surveillance photos of suspected gunman who fatally shot truck driver after Mapco holdup, 465 Donelson Pke. Know him? 615-742-7463 pic.twitter.com/mfCdYV3mfL
— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) December 4, 2016
In a news release, police called the robbery and shooting at Mapco, on 465 Donelson Pike, a “senseless” crime. They said that the suspect shot 61-year-old Al Baker while fleeing the cash he stole from the gas station.
The Tennessean reports Baker had arrived in a delivery truck when multiple shots were fired at him “for no apparent reason.” Baker drove off in the truck southbound with his injuries. Police said he stopped his truck into a Walgreens but then rolled into a column at the front entrance. Baker died at that scene.
The police are looking for any information on the suspect.