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From the Boston Globe

He had been waiting in the rain for about 10 minutes at the Dudley Street bus stop, clutching an umbrella and staring across the street.

Around 7:20 a.m. yesterday, the unidentified suspect walked across the street and approached 15-year-old Soheil Turner, who had just walked out of a Roxbury bodega, munching on a snack, according to police.

The man and the boy spoke briefly. Turner, an eighth-grader who had been waiting to catch the bus to school, did not appear to be afraid, according to video surveillance viewed by a law enforcement official who requested anonymity.

Then the man pulled out a gun and shot Turner twice in the head, police said.

The early morning shooting outside Nunez Market, not far from bustling Dudley Square, shattered the sleepy routine of commuters heading to work, shopkeepers opening their stores, and children going to school. In a neighborhood that has experienced considerable violence, the shooter’s cold boldness shocked residents and unnerved police.

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