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Houston Chronicle: Suspected white supremacist wanted in killing


Store owner shot in head during robbery

December 27, 2009- Police are searching for a man they suspect is responsible for fatally shooting a convenience store owner during a robbery in Liberty County Friday night.

Officers were called about 10:10 p.m. to the Ridgewood Grocery store in the 4300 block of North Main near Texas 146 after a customer found the store's owner in a pool of blood behind the counter, said Liberty Police Department spokesman Hugh Bishop.

From surveillance video, investigators learned that the store's owner, 50-year-old Naushad Virani, was fatally shot in the head during a robbery.

The suspect was identified by police as Stevie R. Walder Jr., 31, who also goes by “Bubba.”

Bishop said Walder, who has a lengthy criminal history in Liberty County, is believed to be a member of a white supremacist group.

Walder is described as 6 feet 2, about 250 pounds, with a shaved head.

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