Police Looking For Willingboro Murder Suspect - FOX 13 News

Police Looking For Willingboro Murder Suspect

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Burlington County authorities are looking for a suspect who has been charged with murdering a gas station attendant on February 11th.

Authorities have charged Zedrick Johnson, 34 of Willingboro, for the murder of Bal Krishna Karki is a robbery attempt at a Lukoil on Route 130.

Johnson is described as being about 5'9" tall and weighs approximately 265 pounds.

Johnson has been charged as well with robbing a Willingboro convenience store the day after robbing the gas station on February 12th.

The murder victim, Karki, was an immigrant from Nepal and had worked at the gas station for five months.

Specific details on the gas station robbery as well as the cause of death of Karki have not been released by authorities. Surveillance video captured an image of Johnson during the robbery and murder according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office.

Authorities are calling him extremely dangerous. Anyone that knows his whereabouts should call Willingboro Police.

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