A local mother is looking into taking legal action against her daughter's former employer after she was killed while at work by an alleged robber.
Darlene Farah says she's got one goal in mind.
"Justice. Not just for Shelby, for other people.
Farah and her attorney are investigating the possibility enough wasn't done to protect Shelby Farah, who police say was shot and killed when James Rhodes attempted to rob the Metro PCS store on the Northside where she worked.
Farah's lawyer Dale Carson says you always question a young girl left alone in a store with cash like that.
"I mean, that's a formula for a robbery. We don't want other people to suffer the same fate," says Carson.
Farah hopes to start a group to support families of murder victims to take comfort in one another. Her attorney says they will know by next week whether legal action is appropriate.