Amber alert issued for teen with suspect in fatal shooting

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Police in Tennessee have issued an Amber alert for a teen who they say is with a man suspected of fatally shooting a gas station clerk during a robbery attempt.

According to police, Daniel Aaron Clark, 28, and missing endangered teen Trinity Quinn, 15, entered the Exxon at 6955 Charlotte Pike about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and appeared to be shopping for a short time before Clark pulled out a gun and shot the clerk.

Trinity had been last seen with Clark about 1.5miles from the arrest location, at an Exxon Mobile station in Nashville during the commission of a homicide around 10pm on Tuesday. Both were captured fleeing into the bushes behind the gas station before they were caught a mile away near Old Hickory Boulevard the following morning.

Online jail records don't indicate whether Clark has an attorney.

The TBI says Clark is considered armed and risky and Quinn is in imminent danger of bodily injury or death.

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Detectives believe they spent the night in the woods of West Nashville before being apprehended.

Surveillance photo taken shortly before the deadly shooting at an East Tennessee Exxon gas station.

According to a report from the Nashville PD, a person of interest in the investigation of 15 year old Trinity Faith Quinn is now on the run from Nashville authorities.

Bureau spokeswoman Susan Niland said one of the criteria for Amber alerts is the belief that the juvenile faces an "imminent threat to bodily injury or harm".

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Aaron said, "They [Quinn's parents] were notified [about the shooting] during the night so they wouldn't be shocked when they turned on the news this morning and saw that". Clark's minivan recovered in nearby parking lot.

If you see Quinn or Clark, or know anything about their whereabouts, call 911. That vehicle has since been impounded.

"We are deeply saddened by this tragic and senseless crime. We take security measures in our stores and conduct safety training for managers and employees".

Our company chaplain is helping those affected through this situation, as we seek to respond in a timely and compassionate manner. "Our priority is to support the family and our employees during this hard time".

The store is closed until further notice.

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