The incident happened just before midnight at a 7-Eleven in the 1400 block of South Lamar.
The juvenile female was originally charged with aggravated assault, but the charge has since been upgraded to murder.
It's also not the first time a vehicle has driven into the building, but owner James White says this time was different.
Police arrived on scene and found a white male with extensive trauma that included a gunshot wound.
The victim was pronounced dead on the scene after reportedly falling from four stories.
This location is part of more than $200 million in H-E-B projects in South Austin.
Right now it’s not believed the cases are linked and the ATF is getting involved in locating those stolen guns.
On May 24, the child's mother called the Austin Police Department at around 3:30 p.m. to report the incident at a home on William Cannon Drive.
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Police responded to a bank robbery call at approximately 12:50 p.m. at 9900 S. IH-35 Service Road SB.
Both business owners are working together trying to find the culprit and warn others.
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The body of 59-year-old Daniel Carnahan was found by Hays County deputies after a warrant was issued for his arrest Saturday in connection with the death of 70-year-old Janice Hughes.
According to the Austin Police Department, just after 11 p.m. on March 13, police arrived at the 2200 block of East Stassney Lane where they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound.
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According to medics, 3 children and two adults were transported to area hospitals with injuries.
The 44-year-old woman was released on April 2 after spending 16 days in the hospital.
Austin police say the man began resisting and fighting two officers trying to take him into custody for violation of the trespass notice.
The affected employee worked in a department with no contact with shoppers
APD has not released the identity of the victim at this time.