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Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
A man calling himself "Smash" takes a few moments to look at a small memorial at CJ Smoke Shop on Friday. , 876 W. 800 South in Salt Lake City, Friday, March 16, 2012, where Steven Guadalupe Chavez was shot and killed Wednesday.

SALT LAKE CITY — Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a man at a Salt Lake smoke shop.

The Salt Lake Police Department's SWAT team and Safe Streets Task Force made a felony stop of a vehicle just off the 7200 South exit of I-15 about 12:30 a.m. Monday.

Two men, Yelfris Sosa-Hurtado, 25, and Vladimir Suarez-Campos, 37, were arrested without incident.

Police believe Sosa-Hurtado gunned down Steven Guadalupe Chavez, 26, at CJ Smoke Shop, 876 W. 800 South, on March 14. Investigators say Sosa-Hurtado fired at Chavez from outside the store and chased him inside where he shot and killed him. Sosa-Hurtado then fled after getting into a vehicle driven by Suarez-Campos. Both were booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of aggravated murder.

Two witnesses at the smoke shop that night identified Sosa-Hurtado through a police photo lineup, according to a Salt Lake County Jail report. Another informant later told investigators that Suarez-Campos was the alleged getaway driver and the two drove to his house after the shooting.

Chavez's father is the owner of the smoke shop. Flowers and candles have been placed as a memorial to the son in front of the business.

Detectives believe that about 7:30 that night, Chavez got into a fight with the driver of a maroon vehicle, possibly over a parking disagreement. About 20 minutes later, the man returned, this time as the passenger of a blue vehicle. The vehicles were recorded on a nearby business surveillance camera.

It was unknown if any of those two vehicles were involved in the arrest.

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