INGLEWOOD : Gunman Sought in Killing of Price Club Employee

Inglewood police are looking for a man who shot and killed the assistant manager of a Price Club store in a street holdup near the store that netted the killer and his accomplice $15 in change.

Randy James Terrian, 37, of Agoura Hills, was shot once in the head about 6:45 p.m. Saturday while he and another store employee were walking outside the store on Century Boulevard across from Hollywood Park.

It was after closing and the other employee was carrying a black cash box containing credit card receipts and coins. When confronted by two men, one armed with a gun and one with an ice pick, the men handed over the box without resisting, Inglewood Police Sgt. Bill Thompson said, but the gunman shot Terrian anyway. The other employee fled and was not injured. Terrian died at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.

Anyone with information is asked to call (310) 412-8825.

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