JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- What happened at the Main Street Metro PCS on July 20, 2013 has changed Darlene Farah's life forever.
"I go to the bathroom and lock myself in the bathroom and cry or either I go outside and cry," said Farah.
Farah's daughter, Shelby, was working in the retail shop when one of the suspects captured on security camera video, robbed the store then shot and killed her.
"For $103, my daughter lost her life. No cell phones were taken," said Farah, "$103 in ten seconds."
Farah, 46, said the brutal murder of her child has been overwhelming.
"My kids don't want to go back to the house," she said, "Shelby will always be in our hearts, but I have two other kids to focus on."
She said children are also concerned about her safety.