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Several customers were appalled when a South Carolina Walmart remained open for business after a man stabbed his wife to death inside the superstore.

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Avery Blandin, 46, of Simpsonville, is facing murder charges for brutally stabbing his wife, Lila Blandin, 38, who was working in a bank that is located inside Walmart. After police roped off the blood covered crime scene, the store manager allowed customers to continue shopping.

“I saw there was blood everywhere, on the ground, on the table, on the wall,” shopper Brittany King told WYFF. “It’s disrespectful to the family that it happened to. Especially the people and the employees who saw it happen.”

Read more at WYFF4.com

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