MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A member of the Sikh temple that came under attack earlier this month is killed at his grocery store.
Dalbir Singh was a member of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek where six people were killed August 5. He was not there that day, but was shot and killed Wednesday night by someone who was trying to rob his grocery store.
Dalbir Singh's nephew, Jatinder Singh, says he was also there when it happened. Jatinder says they were closing the store when a man put a gun to his uncle's head. They ran inside, but the man shot through the door, hitting Dalbir in the head.
The Sikh community says the last week and a half has been unbearable with so many deaths to deal with.
Police are still looking for the shooter.
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