TRENTON (CBS) — The city of Trenton is taking action in response to a young man’s brutal murder by establishing an internet purchase exchange zone.

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Danny Diaz-Delgado, 20, was killed in March when he tried to buy a PlayStation through Facebook.

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According to the affidavit, 29-year-old Rufus Thompson of Trenton used Facebook Marketplace to trick Diaz-Delgado into meeting him under the guise of selling a discounted PlayStation 4 and games.

Investigators say on March 23, Thompson and his associate, 29-year-old Akmal Alvaranga, lured Diaz to an alley behind the 300 block of South Cook Street in Trenton.

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Authorities say the suspects ordered Diaz-Delgado into a garage at gunpoint, robbed him of the $240 he brought for the PlayStation and then took his ATM card to a Chase Bank and withdrew another $700.

Danny Diaz-Delgado

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His body was found by the Assunpink Creek in Hamilton Township with his hands bound behind his back with a cut electric cord and pink duct tape the next day. He was shot multiple times in the front and back.

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Now, the city has established an internet purchase exchange zone.

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This will be a marked area outside of City Hall with surveillance cameras where people can meet and trade items safely.