Salvatore Perrone signed letter envelope set

Salvatore Perrone signed letter envelope set


A salesman from Staten Island will spend the rest of his life in prison after killing three Brooklyn shopkeepers in 2012.

Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Alan Marrus gave Salvatore Perrone, 67, the maximum sentence of 75 years to life in prison on three counts of second-degree murder, Brooklyn D.A. Ken Thompson announced.

On July 6, Perrone walked into Valentino Fashion at 7718 Fifth Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and shot Mohamed Gebeli, 65, once in the neck, killing him.

A little over a month later, Perrone executed 59-year-old Isaac Kadare inside his Amazing 99 Cent Deals store at 1877 86th Street in Bensonhurst by shooting him once in the head and slitting his throat.

Finally, on November 16, Perrone murdered 78-year-old Rahmatollah Vahidipour by shooting him in the head, face and chest, inside Vahidipour’s She-She Boutique at 834 Flatbush Avenue.

All three killings happened just before closing time, and the victims’ bodies were found hidden under piles of clothing and other items.

District Attorney Thompson said, “It’s hard to think of anyone who deserves to spend the rest of his life in prison more than this cold-blooded and unrepentant serial killer.  He murdered three innocent, honest and hard-working business owners and then spent years acting up in court to delay the fate he received today.  I hope his life sentence will bring some comfort to the victims’ families who have suffered so much loss and grief.”

The letter and envelope are both handwritten. The letter is signed, Salvatore.

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