Indian Shot Dead In Gas Station Store In Florida, Family In Telangana Clueless About Motive

Indian Shot Dead In Gas Station Store In Florida, Family In Telangana Clueless About Motive(@kat-wilcox/pexels)

Kotha Goverdhan Reddy, a 40-year-old man from Telangana’s Yadadri Bhongir district, was shot dead by unidentified men in Florida, United States, on 19 February (Tuesday) late at night.

Reddy was working as a clerk at a gas station near Beulah Community on the highway between Baldwin County Line and Pensacola City Limits.

As per reports by Hindustan Times, two men, one of them with a hoodie over his head, stormed into the store which belonged to the gas station, where Reddy was all-alone at around 8:15 pm local time.

“We received a phone call from his friends in the morning that he was shot dead by two unidentified men. We don’t know the reason why they killed him. No further details are known as it is night over there,” said Reddy’s cousin C Madhusudhan Reddy.

Reddy’s father is a retired army man and mother Padma is a home-maker. His wife and children stay with his parents at their native village Raheem Khan Pet in Yadadri Bhongir district.

The Sheriff’s office has said that no arrests have been made and the investigation is in process.