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- I'm Jessica Kartalija with your evening digital news break for Wednesday, June 9th, 2021. Police have officially confirmed the identity of the suspect wanted for a murder inside a Dunkin Donuts in North Philadelphia over the weekend.
He's identified as 39-year-old Keith Gibson. Police believe he could be a serial killer. They say Gibson force Duncan manager Christine Lugo to give them about $300 in cash, and then fatally shot her.
Wilmington police were able to arrest Gibson after a robbery at the Rite Aid on West 4th Street. During the armed robbery, an employee managed to put a GPS tracker in the bag of cash. Gibson was arrested about a block away and taken into custody.
Police are looking into his potential connection to at least four other murders, including his own mother. Gibson has an extensive rap sheet. He did time in 2008 for homicide and commercial robbery in Delaware.
The Philadelphia Police Department is conducting an internal investigation after one of its officers is accused of deleting video of an arrest from a cell phone. The law firm Mills and Edwards LLP released these videos.
They say this body camera video shows Philadelphia police officer Tiree Burnett allegedly deleting video from the cell phone of Jacob Giddings following a traffic stop. Police commissioner O'daniel Outlaw says officer Burnett is on restrictive duty.
And Philly police hope that you recognize a suspect who attacked a gas station employee. The situation unfolding May 8 at the PMP gas station. That's in the 6100 block Rising Sun Avenue in Danville.
Police say the suspect had been playing a skills machine, trying to break into it and then left. After midnight, he returned smashed the machine and attacked the employee. The suspect took the machine, and then took off.
You can always get the latest on these stories and more here on cbsphilly.com. That's the latest for the evening digital brief. I'm Jessica Kartalija.