As you know, the rapper was gunned down at Makeda’s Cookies, and store owners Maurice and Pamela Hill tell us the 3 staffers working during Wednesday’s shooting are traumatized, distraught and in disbelief.
We’re told none of the folks working in the store were hurt in the shooting — strong evidence Dolph was targeted by the gunman — and the Hills are grieving and praying for his family.
Maurice says Dolph — a frequent customer and advocate for Makeda’s — had come inside to buy cookies and was on his phone when the 2 gunmen pulled up and started shooting.
As we reported … cops have released surveillance footage of the gunmen and the getaway car — a light-colored Mercedes-Benz — but no arrests have been made.
There’s a makeshift memorial outside the store, which is now boarded up … and Pamela says they’re not sure when they will reopen.
They’re taking time to let the community grieve.
It might be a while before things get back to business as usual.
As we reported, there was another shooting Thursday — not far from the store — which sent mourners scurrying from the makeshift memorial to Dolph.
With the store closed indefinitely, the Hills are crowdfunding to help stay afloat and pay their employees … raising more than $14,000.