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Police make two arrests in Panera Bread murder case

Ryland Kidd (Mobile County Metro Jail) Ryland Kidd (Mobile County Metro Jail)
Taylor Law (Mobile County Metro Jail) Taylor Law (Mobile County Metro Jail)
Police are shown on the scene of a homicide at Panera Bread on Airport Boulevard in Mobile. (Photo: Kendall Faust, FOX10 News) Police are shown on the scene of a homicide at Panera Bread on Airport Boulevard in Mobile. (Photo: Kendall Faust, FOX10 News)
MPD officers are seen searching a parked car with flashlights outside a Panera Bread location where a homicide took place Saturday night, Nov. 18, 2017. (Photo: Kendall Faust, FOX10 News) MPD officers are seen searching a parked car with flashlights outside a Panera Bread location where a homicide took place Saturday night, Nov. 18, 2017. (Photo: Kendall Faust, FOX10 News)
Ryland Kidd and Taylor Law (FOX10 News) Ryland Kidd and Taylor Law (FOX10 News)
MOBILE, AL (WALA) -

UPDATE: Mobile Police arrested two people connected to the Saturday night homicide at Panera Bread.

Police said Ryland Kidd, 20, shot and killed 24-year-old Justin Edwards around 7:50 p.m. Kidd is charged with murder. Police also arrested Kidd's girlfriend, 18-year-old Taylor Law, and charged her with felony murder.  

Detectives said Kidd and Edwards were arguing in a parking lot when Kidd pulled out a gun and started firing. Investigators said the two men knew each other before the shooting, but would not release details about what started the altercation. Police did confirm that Law was with Kidd at the time of the homicide. 

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ORIGINAL STORY:

A man was shot and killed Saturday night in the parking lot at the Panera Bread location at 3961 Airport Blvd. in Mobile, police told FOX10 News.

It happened about 7:45 p.m., police said.

Police said the suspect is a tall black male who was wearing dark clothing with a hoodie and was armed with a handgun. He was seen fleeing west toward the Olive Garden restaurant.

A motive for the killing is not yet known, according to police.

The victim appears to be a black male in his 20s, police said.

The body was still on the scene with a forensics team and identification personnel who were processing the scene as of 9 p.m.

FOX10 News will bring you more on this breaking story as information becomes available.

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