Suspect in store shooting held for trial

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Police released surveillance video of the man wanted for shooting clerk Eliezer Urena, 35, at the Ventura Corner Store in the Cobb&#39;s Creek section of Philadelphia back on May 12th.  RELATED: Read more about this story</span></div>
November 9, 2009 11:00:49 AM PST
The man accused of shooting a store clerk in West Philadelphia earlier this year was ordered held for trial on all charges Monday.

Isaiah Baldwin is charged with attempted murder, robbery, and possession of a firearm by a minor in the shooting of Eliezer Urena, 25, back on May 12th.

Police say that was when Baldwin entered the Ventura Corner Store on South 58th Street, posing as a customer. He allegedly asked Urena where the laundry detergent was.

When Urena, a father of five, showed him down the aisle police say Baldswin shot him twice, kicked opened the security door, cleaned out the cash register and fled.

Urena was hit in the back and the arm.

The entire incident was captured on surveillance camera.

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