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Terrifying footage from an ATM has emerged, showing the moment Dillon Bud Calvin Steve was approached from behind and fatally shot in Miami.
The 26-year-old was pulling money out of a Bank of America branch in November last year when he was attacked. Police allege Marcine Hill was the hooded man who carried out the brazen shooting and he's currently on trial for second-degree murder and robbery.
The ATM footage shows Steve at the machine, before the man comes from behind and pulls a gun. The victim slowly steps back, trying to create as much distance as possible, before lunging at Hill to wrestle the weapon off him.
During the struggle, the 26-year-old was shot in the stomach, while the alleged gunman ran off. Dillon crawled back to his car in the nearby parking lot, where his mum was waiting for him in a car.
He was rushed to Aventura Hospital, however doctors pronounced him dead on arrival.
The fatal shooting sent shockwaves through the local community, with resident Marielle Dorvil telling CBS Miami: "People have to be very careful at the ATM. This is very dangerous. I feel very bad and this is very sad. It is very scary for me, my son and my husband.
"You have to be very careful ad look around and watch and maybe don't come here at night."
Another resident, Rosell Fereira added: "I thought this was awful and it was so sad for this to happen to someone. It makes me think I should only come here in the daytime."
Two days after the attack, Hill was arrested and has been awaiting trial since.
North Miami Beach Police Capt. Juan Pinillos said: "Any time anyone loses their life, especially over something monetary, something so senseless. In this case, you can't even begin to express the amount of sympathy you feel for someone's family, someone who lost a life like that."
"It appears, at this time, [Hill] was stalking his victim. We can't even say right now that this victim was the intended victim or just a crime of opportunity.
"Unfortunately for him, he left his face exposed, and we have it here."
The Miami Herald says while Hill was 17-year-old when he allegedly committed the offence, he won't be eligible for the death penalty but could still serve life behind bars if he's convicted.
There are 16 factors that can grant the death penalty for an adult criminal, but a judge can only impose it if the jury unanimously recommends it.
Featured Image Credit: Florida State Attorney's Office
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