By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A memorial vigil was held for slain Philadelphia Police Sgt. Robert Wilson on the fifth anniversary of his death. Family, friends and fellow officers gathered outside the 22nd District Thursday afternoon.

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Police say Wilson went into the GameStop at 21st Street and Lehigh Avenue to buy his young son a gift. He tried to stop a robbery in the store and was shot to death.

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Wilson’s family is still hurting.

“I don’t like this day. It makes me angry, it makes me sad and I’m tired of feeling pain,” said Wilson’s sister, Shaki’ra Wilson-Burroughs.

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Police say Wilson’s bravery saved the lives of others inside the store.