Police ID 3rd Suspect in Pizza Shop Slaying | NBC4 Washington

Police ID 3rd Suspect in Pizza Shop Slaying



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    Police have identified a third suspect in the shooting death of a man during a robbery attempt at a Glen Burnie pizza shop.

    Willie Antonio “Tony” McLean, 19, has been charged in a warrant with first-degree murder.

    McLean was one of four masked intruders who tried to rob Mr. Wings & Pizza on Nov. 12, according to Anne Arundel County police. At least two of the male perpetrators were armed, and one of them shot 20-year-old Misael Flores, who later died.

    Flores wasn't an employee of the pizza shop but was standing next to a female employee when the robbery occurred.

    Police have already arrested 17-year-old Vincent Bunner and 18-year-old Shawn Johnson. Both are charged as adults with first-degree murder. A fourth suspect has not been identified.