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The Man who was Shot in Douglas, Died after a Few Days

A man shot in Douglas on the South Side passed away some days later. It was confirmed Friday afternoon by the Cook County medical examiner’s office that 20-year-old Orran Keglar died from numerous gunshot wounds.

Police found a weapon at the incident place

According to Chicago police, he was shot around 9:30 p.m. on November 30 while strolling in the 3400 block of South King Drive. Keglar was shot in the head by someone in a black SUV that drove up and opened fire. Police say they found a weapon adjacent to where Keglar was found.

The motorist then drove away. The police have not made any arrests.

source: chicago.suntimes.com

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