Philly police identify suspect in 2008 killing of aspiring Minnesota teacher

It was a crime that shocked Philadelphia – an aspiring math teacher from a small town in Minnesota was shot to death for his iPod as he walked from his summer job at Starbucks. Now Philadelphia homicide detectives believe they have identified the man who shot Zabel in the neck at point-blank range.
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It was a crime that shocked Philadelphia – an aspiring math teacher from a small town in Minnesota was shot to death for his iPod as he walked from his summer job at Starbucks. Now Philadelphia homicide detectives believe they have identified the man who shot Zabel in the neck at point-blank range.

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