United Bodegas of America, ProHEALTH donate $8,000 to funeral costs of slain Crown Heights bodega worker

The gunman who shot Berry in Crown Heights is still at large, police say. According to Berry's mother, it all happened because her son would not sell the shooter a cigar.

News 12 Staff

and Faith Graham

Feb 28, 2024, 11:03 AM

Updated 53 days ago

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Organizations donated thousands of dollars to cover the funeral for the bodega worker who was fatally shot.
The United Bodegas of America, along with ProHEALTH, donated $8,000 for the worker's funeral costs.
Nazim Berry, 37, was shot in the head Monday afternoon at Amin Deli and Grocery on Franklin Avenue.
The gunman who shot Berry in Crown Heights is still at large, police say. According to Berry's mother, it all happened because her son would not sell the shooter a cigar.
There are also two large rewards totaling $13,500 for any information that could lead to an arrest.


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