The last images of Nadeem Khan's life show the Pakistani immigrant sitting inside the booth of a Queens gas station early Sunday morning, his head bent down as he appeared to do paperwork.

Then, two men wearing hooded shirts walked on-screen, and Khan, 39, a gas station attendant from Valley Stream, was shot five times, said his brother, Waseem Khan, who described security camera footage he was shown.

"They just walked in and shot him. There was no argument, no anything," said Waseem Khan, who lived with Nadeem.

New York City police said Khan, who was covering for a vacationing co-worker, was fatally shot at the Mobil station at 133-11 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing around 1:30 a.m. He appeared to be having an ongoing dispute with two younger men earlier in his shift, which started at 10 p.m. Saturday, police said. Police said last night they were reviewing the security camera footage, and no arrests had been made.

At Khan's Valley Stream home, his large extended family gathered to mourn last night. "He was happy to be here. It was like his dream come true," said Waseem Khan, 36.

Z.M. Choudrey, a co-worker of Khan, said a normally locked door leading to Khan's work area was left open yesterday because the station's air conditioner was broken. Choudrey said the suspects did not steal money but did take cigars and cigarettes. "He was an innocent boy," said Choudrey.

With Michael Amon and Anthony M. DeStefano

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