June 08, 2021
A man wanted for allegedly killing of a Dunkin Donuts manager during a robbery last Saturday has been taken into custody in Delaware, according to multiple reports.
Keith Gibson, 39, reportedly is being held in Delaware on separate robbery offenses, according to 6ABC. He is believed to be connected to multiple crimes over the last several months, including the gunpoint robbery and fatal shooting of a 28-year-old Metro by T-Mobile employee in Elsmere, New Castle County, in May.
On Saturday morning, Gibson allegedly held up Christine Lugo, 41 at gunpoint as she was unlocking the Dunkin' Donuts at 532 W. Lehigh Ave. in Philadelphia. After robbing the store, Gibson fatally shot Lugo in the head, police said. A $20,000 reward was offered for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Lugo's killer.
Authorities told CBS3 they were able to track down Gibson in Delaware and reportedly have recovered a revolver that may be connected to Saturday's shooting.
Philadelphia police believe Gibson also killed his own mother in a Feb. 8 shooting on Ridge Avenue. He previously served time in prison for a commercial robbery and homicide in Delaware in 2008.
Family and friends of Lugo gathered Sunday outside the Dunkin' Donuts where she was killed to hold a vigil.