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Terrible moment Dad is mugged at a gas station and shot dead by two hooded assailants dressed in black

THE horrific moment a father was mugged at a gas station and shot dead by two hooded, black-clad attackers.

Brandon Dixon, 30, was pumping gas at a North Philadelphia golf station Monday when he was ambushed by two gunmen wearing masks and hoods.

Shocking video showed the moment a father was mugged outside a North Philly gas station

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Shocking video showed the moment a father was mugged outside a North Philly gas stationPhoto credit: Philadelphia Police Department
Brandon Dixon, 30, was killed in the attack

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Brandon Dixon, 30, was killed in the attackPhoto credit: family handout
The two gunmen were caught jumping out of a red sedan with a rifle and pistol

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The two gunmen were caught jumping out of a red sedan with a rifle and pistolPhoto credit: Philadelphia Police Department

The shocking attack was caught on video showing the gunmen sprinting out of a red car and running towards their target while one brandishes an assault rifle and the other a pistol.

The attackers then sped toward their idling vehicle and jumped into the back seat before their getaway driver made a wild turn and sped it up, footage showed.

Dixon, a father of a five-year-old girl, was shot multiple times and transported to Einstein Medical Center, where he later died, police said.

The victim’s heartbroken mother, Lisa Dixon, showed up at the scene on Wednesday and struggled to understand what had happened.

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“I’m just hurt. I’m looking for answers. I just have to see him. I came back here because I just need to be where he was last alive,” she told 6ABC while fighting back tears.

“He didn’t deserve this. He didn’t deserve this. My son didn’t deserve to die like that.”

Police are looking for two gunmen and an accomplice who were seen leaving the scene in a 2009 red Mazda 3 sedan with New Jersey license plates.

“I don’t know who’s raising these kids, but they are [the attackers] no matter. They have no empathy,” Lisa said.

“You have nothing in you. They don’t care and they took my baby’s life.”

PHILLY RESIDENTS WARNED TO BE “WATCHFUL”.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw asked residents to remain vigilant after a series of daylight shootings plagued the city.

On Friday, police released surveillance video of at least three gunmen opening fire on a group standing outside a store at the Liberty gas station in North Philadelphia on Thursday night.

Investigators found over 20 spent cartridge cases, including rifle cartridges, strewn around the gas station parking lot and on a nearby street.

The storefront was riddled with gunfire and cars parked nearby were also hit.

Chief Inspector Scott Small said investigators believe at least three gunmen went to a floor standing outside the store and started shooting.

The victims took cover inside the store and no one was injured by gunfire.

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A 22-year-old man suffered a lacerated head from shattered glass and was treated at the scene, Small said.

“There was no time or time constraint for this type of activity. We’ve seen it, whether it’s in the morning, afternoon or night. So we ask everyone to remain vigilant,” Commissioner Outlaw warned.

Police said the suspects fired multiple shots

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Police said the suspects fired multiple shotsPhoto credit: Philadelphia Police Department
Brandon Dixon leaves behind a five-year-old daughter

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Brandon Dixon leaves behind a five-year-old daughterPhoto credit: family handout

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