VIDEO: Camera Captures ATM Robber Murder Unarmed Victim

A killer was captured on video murdering an ATM user.

North Miami Beach, FL – Police released surveillance video of a 17-year-old gunman murdering a man while trying to rob him at an ATM.

Marcine Hill, 17, faces charges of first-degree murder and armed robbery after he was indicted earlier in March.

The ATM video clearly shows his face and his sweater that had the phrase, “Kill Batman” written on its sleeve, according to the Miami Herald. (Video below)

If convicted, Hill is not eligible for the death penalty because he was a minor at the time of the crime. He could face a life sentence if convicted. Hill has remained in jail while awaiting trial, the Miami Herald reported.

Dillon Bud Calvin Steve was the victim. He was shot and killed Nov. 1, 2017 while withdrawing cash. His mother was waiting for him in the passenger seat of his car at the time.

In the video, Hill could be scene approaching from far off.

As Hill got closer, he pulled out his black pistol.

As the robber approached, the victim threw the cash on the ground.

As Hill bent over to pick it up, Steve lunged at him and was shot during the brief struggle. The video showed Steve falling to the ground as Hill ran off.

Steve, 26, was taken to the hospital where he died, according to the Miami Herald.

Hill was wearing an Ecko jacket and had the hood up but didn’t cover his face. He was easily identifiable in the video and appeared to look right at the camera.

At the time of the murder, police said they thought Hill stalked Steve and called it a crime of opportunity, according to the Miami Herald.

After watching the video, please let us know in the comments if you think that this would have ended differently if Steve had been armed.

You can see the video of the shooting here. WARNING - Graphic Content:

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This bullshiat about not getting the death penalty because he was a minor has got to stop. If you are old enough to kill, you are old enough to die. Just letting kids get away with murder!


Good points, but your second is best...even if I was on the job with a full duty belt, this guy could have anything I had with the exception of my firearm....not worth it...he had the vic fully covered....


@MarineDoc age restrictions apply for a reason. If a juvenile can get tried as an adult for a crime, then a juvenile should be able to vote, smoke, drink, drive, and have a bunch of other adult privileges.


@Hi_estComnDenomn Being put to death is not a privilege, it is punishment. Just because someone reaches a certain age they do not automatically gain rights. You have to be 21 to smoke and drink. You can drive at 15 or 16, that makes them an adult? You can vote at age 18.


Understood. My point is, if one can suffer the penalties of an adult, another should be entitled to the privileges of an adult.