Top Raleigh news: Person asks for directions, has vehicle stolen; gang leader orders silence; more

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People in surveillance video could be key to new information in shooting of 7-year-old girl outside Raleigh home

Raleigh police are looking to identify two people who might have information about a shooting that injured a 7-year-old girl outside her home last month.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

Parents set up scholarship in teen's name

Two days after a 14-year-old was hit and killed on Highway 55 in Holly Springs, a scholarship was announced in the teen's honor.

Read the full story on ABC11 WTVD.

Person asking for directions has vehicle stolen at gunpoint

A person who stopped at a gas station on Glenwood Avenue to ask for directions had their vehicle stolen at gunpoint, Raleigh police said. 

Read the full story on WNCN.

Accused Raleigh Bloods leader allegedly told witness: ‘Don’t say nothing.’

Accused Black Mob Gangstas leader Demetrice “Respect” Devine allegedly told a potential witness in his federal murder and conspiracy trial “you already know how to play it,” meaning an order for silence.

Read the full story on The Herald-Sun.

Revamped Morrisville Outlet Mall — 'The Stitch' — awards leasing deal to CBRE Raleigh 

CBRE Raleigh will be in charge of leasing at the revamped Morrisville Outlet Mall, which is being converted into office space and will be known as "The Stich."

Read the full story on WRAL TV.

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