CHICAGO (WLS) -- The robber who shot and killed a man in Belmont Cragin Wednesday has been identified and charged.
Paul Granados, 54, has been charged with one felony count each of first degree murder, armed robbery with a firearm, and possession of a controlled substance, authorities said.
Police said the shooting happened at about 3 p.m. Wednesday at a currency exchange in the 5000-block of West Fullerton Avenue in the city's Belmont Cragin neighborhood. The victim was identified as Horacio Galvan-Hernandez.
Granados allegedly walked into the currency exchange and shot Galavan-Hernandez in the head as he attempted to rob the establishment.
Galavan-Hernandez was pronounced dead at the scene. Police confirmed he was an employee of the business; friends and the building's landlord said he was the owner.
Granados was allegedly caught on surveillance tape.
Neighbors said Galvan-Hernandez had worked to guard his business from this exact kind of crime.
"A couple times we went to neighborhood watch," said Olivares.
Man charged in robbery, fatal shooting in Belmont Cragin
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