Raed Yousef, left, and his daughters, Nadya and Bahia Yousef, surrounded by friends and family during a vigil and prayer gathering in 2015 outside the family's convenience store in Palmetto where Khasem Yousef, 23, and Faares Yousef, 17, were shot and killed during a robbery Sept. 7, 2015.
Raed Yousef, left, and his daughters, Nadya and Bahia Yousef, surrounded by friends and family during a vigil and prayer gathering in 2015 outside the family's convenience store in Palmetto where Khasem Yousef, 23, and Faares Yousef, 17, were shot and killed during a robbery Sept. 7, 2015. pvidela@bradenton.com Paul Videla
Raed Yousef, left, and his daughters, Nadya and Bahia Yousef, surrounded by friends and family during a vigil and prayer gathering in 2015 outside the family's convenience store in Palmetto where Khasem Yousef, 23, and Faares Yousef, 17, were shot and killed during a robbery Sept. 7, 2015. pvidela@bradenton.com Paul Videla

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