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65-year-old found shot to death in his car

The 65-year-old victim was found with two gunshot wounds to his abdomen, and he was unresponsive upon discovery. Police are investigating the man's death as a homicide.

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65-year-old found shot to death in his car

CHICAGO - Authorities reported they found a 65-year-old man shot to death in his car Wednesday night.



Police say they found the man a little after 10:30 p.m. last night in the 600 block of W. 95th Street in the Washington Heights neighborhood.

The 65-year-old victim was found with two gunshot wounds to his abdomen and he was unresponsive upon discovery. Authorities transported him to Christ Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Police are investigating the man's death as a homicide.

There is no one in custody and Area Two detectives are investigating.



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