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Reward offered for Youngstown store shooting suspect

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The Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force is asking the public to help them locate, and arrest a man accused of firing shots inside a Youngstown convenience store, wounding two people, including a child.

A wanted poster issued on Tuesday says a reward is available for information leading to the apprehension of 26-year-old Tyrell Maiden, whom authorities say should be considered armed and dangerous.

Witnesses tell police that on June 18,  Maidenn chased another man into Ally's Food Mart on South Avenue and began firing shots.

Store employee, 25-year-old Mohammud Alruheim was shot in the stomach, and store customer 12-year-old Jwan Walker was shot in the arm.  The wounds were not life threatening.

The poster does not give the amount of the reward, but asks that anyone with information on the whereabouts of Maiden to contact the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force at 330-333-1847.

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