JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A community is mourning the death of 20-year-old Shelby Farah, who was shot and killed at a Northside Metro PCS on Saturday.
Friends and family of Farah say she was well known for being a mentor and cheerleading coach to dozens of children at S.A. Hull Elementary.
Farah's friend and former supervisor, Bryan Jones, says her passing now leaves a huge void.
"She was very dedicated to cheering and showing the kids proper technique and improper technique. Just trying to share her gift of cheer with other people, that was her main goal," said Jones of Communities In Schools.
Farah left her cheerleading job after landing a position with Metro PCS. Jones says in her short time there she was quickly promoted to manager.
But on Saturday night, her promising future was stolen from her.
"When you hear people say 'my heart dropped,' you're like I've never experienced that but I can literally say I felt it," said Jones.
Investigators have released surveillance video showing the suspected shooter wearing a bandana around his neck.
Jones says while nothing will bring back his friend, he wants to see justice served.
"We need to find the person that did this for her family to have peace and for the city to have peace," said Jones.
The principal at S.A. Hull Elementary says they'll be working with students who want to create a memorial for Farah.
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