- Philip Antonino was shot by a gunman he harassing an elderly man while he was walking to work Friday morning
- Video shows Antonino, 57, talking to the man for a few moments before the suspect pulled the gun and shot him multiple times
- Antonino died at the hospital and his killer is still on the loose
A Florida man fatally shot a good Samaritan who had confronted him for yelling at an elderly man who was cutting the grass.
Video released by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office shows the gunman screaming and gesturing at the elderly man, who was holding a grass trimmer as he worked in a Pembroke Pines vacant lot next to a gas station.
Detectives say Philip Antonino, 57, was walking to his job Friday morning at an auto repair business when he saw the argument.
Philip Antonino (right) confronted a man (left) who was harassing an elderly man who was cutting the grass. He was shot multiple times and died in the hospital
Antonino’s wife Anna said he owned an auto repair shop near where he was shot on Friday morning. He was walking to work when he stopped to help the elderly man
Video shows Antonino walking up to the gunman and the two start arguing. The video stops as the gunman begins to walk away.
Detectives say the gunman then turned and shot Antonino numerous times before fleeing.
Antonino died a short time later at the hospital and the gunman is still on the run. Police say he is in his thirties, bald, clean shaven and approximately 5’8.
Antonino’s wife Anna said he immigrated to American when he is 19. He didn’t know a word of English, but he became an American citizen and owned an auto repair shop.
She told CBS Miami: ‘We cannot kill each other. This life is given not to kill.’