The Chicago Police Department is conducting an investigation into a homicide that occurred in Washington Park early in the morning. At around 3:05 a.m. on Wednesday morning, police were called to the area of East 57th Street and South State Street after reports of rounds being fired in that area.
Inside of a white SUV, the officers discovered a guy who had been wounded and was bleeding profusely. It seemed that the guy had been wounded shot in the head, and there were 2 holes for bullets in the windscreen of the car.
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A little after 3 o’clock in the morning, police arrived at the site at 57th Avenue and the intersection of Michigan Avenue near Washington Park in Manhattan and found a guy inside an unidentified white SUV suffering a head wound caused by a gunshot.
The victim had been shot. The University at Chicago Hospitals is where he reportedly passed away in the end, according to the authorities. The windscreen of the SUV was riddled with two gunshot holes when responding cops arrived on the scene.
Nobody is being held for questioning at this time. Detectives from Area One are in charge of the investigation at this time. The victim was sent to a hospital affiliated with the University of Chicago, where it was determined that he had passed away.
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The investigation into this matter is still going on and is being conducted by Region One Detective. The name of the victim has not been made public, and the person responsible for the shooting has not been apprehended at this time.