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The victim was pronounced dead at the scene

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An unnamed man was murdered inside of an Applebee’s restaurant in Lawrence, New Jersey, by an unidentified gunman.

A man was fatally shot inside a New Jersey Applebee’s restaurant early on November 14. The suspected shooter drove off in a black Chevy Suburban.

Witnesses were held at the scene post-shooting and interviewed by police, according to local news station 6ABC. NJ.com reports that there were no other injuries, that the victim has not yet been identified, and that no arrests have been made.

Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofrio told the local news outlet, "It's very unusual to have a homicide in an establishment like an Applebee's — a family restaurant. It goes to illustrate how violence has proliferated, and that no community is exempt from violence."

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Probation for Officer Who Shot Unarmed Man A former New York police officer was sentenced to probation and community service for shooting an unarmed African immigrant to death in a Manhattan warehouse in 2003. Prosecutors had sought prison time. The judge saved much of the blame for the Police Department, saying it had not given the officer enough training and that the warehouse operation was "one series of mistakes after another." PAGE B1

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