The NYPD is trying to identify two men involved in the killing of a Valley Stream man who was fatally shot while working in a Flushing gas station early Sunday.

Police released a surveillance video that showed Nadeem Khan as he was confronted and gunned down by two men inside the security booth of a Mobil station at the intersection of College Point Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue.

On the video the two men - one wearing a white, hooded sweatshirt and the other a black baseball cap - are seen walking into the glass enclosed office where Khan was working. The man in the hooded sweatshirt appears to shoot Khan, who is seen falling and clutching his torso.

Khan was shot five times, according to police. He was 39, according to his brother Waseem Khan.

Khan's body is scheduled to be flown to his native Pakistan Tuesday for burial in Karachi following a funeral Monday at a Corona mosque, said Waseem Khan.

Khan was scheduled to return to Pakistan next month to attend the weddings of another brother and sister. He was putting off getting married until after his sister had married, said his brother Waseem.

A co-worker of Khan said the killers apparently didn't take money but did steal cigars and cigarettes on the counter.

Police describe the suspects as black men, between age 20 and 25, about 5-foot 9-inches tall.

Police are asking anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit crime tips by logging onto www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or by texting tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then entering TIP577. All contacts are confidential.

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