Vigils in north Minneapolis urge neighbors to provide information about killing

A 32-year-old father of eight was shot at a backyard barbecue and later died. Family members and neighborhood leaders held vigils on consecutive days because they want those with information about the crime to come forward. And they want the killing to stop.
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A 32-year-old father of eight was shot at a backyard barbecue and later died. Family members and neighborhood leaders held vigils on consecutive days because they want those with information about the crime to come forward. And they want the killing to stop.

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