Store clerk shot in Acworth armed robbery

Cobb County Police carCobb County police car (photo by Larry Felton Johnson)

A store clerk was shot and injured during an armed robbery, according to a public information release from Sgt. Wayne Delk of the Cobb County Police Department.

Delk wrote:

Cobb County Police responded to a person shot call at the Bottle Shop liquor store at 2557 Baker Road in Acworth last night.

On May 12, 2021 at approximately 9:35 p.m. officers were dispatched to the Bottle Shop liquor store. They found the store’s clerk, 55-year-old Kaushik Govani, had been shot by an unknown suspect during an armed robbery. Kaushik was transported to Kennestone Hospital for treatment and his condition is not known at this time.


Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Cobb County Police Department’s Crimes Against Persons Unit at 770-499-3945.

We will provide updates on this story as more information becomes available.

Crimes Against Persons Unit

The Crimes Against Persons Division of the Cobb County Police Department is broken down into several specialized units, to investigate homicides, robberies, technology-based crime, domestic violence and stalking, and crimes against children. It has a unit that does crime analysis to identify evidence to help link cases and identify suspects.

The division also houses the Crime Scene Unit that according to the division’s website “is responsible for documenting and processing crime scenes to locate evidence, identify suspects, and to present evidence in criminal proceedings. Crime scene technicians are responsible for processing evidence utilizing a variety of procedures for fingerprint, DNA, and trace evidence.”


1 Comment on "Store clerk shot in Acworth armed robbery"

  1. Baker road is the abused step-child of the city of Acworth. While the residents of Acworth in the subdivisions off Baker road have paid thousands of dollars in taxes, only Downtown Acworth and the area to the west of it has benefited. Thomas Allegood, Mayor of Acworth, has ignored the Baker road area for years now. It was built up and then left to fend for itself. The crime in the area is increasing and nothing is being done. I live on Baker road, and sirens have become as common as South Central LA. Of course the Mayor of Acworth can’t hear them where he lives.

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