Wrens store shooting: Mandeep Singh, a.k.a. Ricky Singh, a store clerk shot and killed at a food mart on Waynesboro Hwy


Wrens store shooting Mandeep Singh, a.k.a. Ricky Singh, a store clerk shot and killed

Mandeep Singh, a.k.a. Ricky Singh was the victim of a deadly shooting at Wrens store. After this tragic shooting at the Wrens convenience store, two juveniles are under arrest.

After being shot, the employee Mandeep Singh at Wrens store was dead according to the police reports. The devastating loss of his passing is mourned by his family and friends.

Let’s see about Wren’s store shooting and what happened to store Clerk Mandeep Singh, a.k.a. Ricky Singh in detail.

Wrens store shooting

The Wrens Police Department reports that two suspects were detained following the shooting and death of a store employee during an alleged armed robbery of a food mart.

According to the Wrens Police Department, the suspects entered Wrens Food Mart, also known as Jackie’s, on Waynesboro Highway on Wednesday at 8:37 p.m. during what seemed to be an armed robbery.

What happened to victim Mandeep Singh?

Following a shooting on June 28th, two male juveniles, both 15 years old, are in custody and one Wrens convenience store employee is dead.

Mandeep Singh, 36, of Rosier Road in Augusta, was shot twice at Wrens Food Mart, also known as Jackie’s, located at 504 Highway 80 in East Wrens, according to the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office.

Singh was pronounced dead at the scene. The clerk had been employed at the store for less than a month, according to Wrens Police Chief John Maynard.

According to Maynard, the two young people entered the store on Wednesday night around 8:35. At first, it seemed to be an armed robbery, but then there were shots fired and the clerk died, according to Maynard.

Who were the suspects?

In connection with an armed robbery that resulted in death in Wrens, Georgia, two teenage suspects are in police custody.

According to the GBI, one of the adolescents briefly remained inside the shop before leaving, while the other remained inside and approached the Singh from behind the counter while brandishing a gun.

Before leaving the store, the second juvenile shot at Singh and struck him. A short while later, the second adolescent entered the store once more, removed money and other goods from the register, and then fled.

At this time, police have both suspects in custody. According to the Wrens Police Department, the criminals’ names and pictures cannot be revealed at this time owing to their age.

Murder and armed robbery are both charges against one person. Murder, armed robbery, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime are the charges brought against the second suspect.

What did the police say in regard to the shooting?

The store had surveillance cameras, and according to Maynard, the young people involved in the event weren’t hiding their faces or wearing masks.

“They entered and maybe looked at a shelf for five seconds. What they came to do was obvious,” Maynard stated. “Within two hours, we had them identified,” Maynard claimed.

“We picked up the first suspect in less than four hours. And we got both of them in custody in a little more than eight hours. That hardly ever occurs, but I believe our citizens are making their displeasure known by doing so. 

In the previous three months, there have been five shootings in Jefferson County that appear to be unrelated. A Louisville resident was shot and killed on June 2 in the 1100 block of Wren Lane, a neighborhood just outside of Louisville.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing. The coroner’s office verified that Singh’s body was being delivered to the GBI crime lab on Thursday morning. Maynard stated, “We are pursuing more leads as to why this occurred.

Call the Wrens Police Department at 706-547-3232 or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) at 706-595-2575 if you have any pertinent information. The representative emphasized that all conversations may be kept private.

We send our sincere condolences to Mandeep Singh’s family, friends, and all of his loved ones. 


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