Albany Teen Could Face Death Penalty for Murder of Store Clerk

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An Albany, Ga. teen charged with murder may be fighting for his life.  Anthony Hill, 16, could be facing the death penalty for his role in a convenience store robbery that left a clerk dead, according to Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards.

Surveillance video shows two men wearing ski masks enter the Miscelenea Guate-Mex Store waving guns.  After robbing the store, police say one of the men shot and killed the store clerk, Sentos Vincente.  They are still searching for the second man.

Hill appeared before a Magistrate judge yesterday.  A Superior Court judge will decide on bail at a later hearing.

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