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17-Year-Old Kamare Edwards Shot To Death In Chicago

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Teen Boy Shot & Killed In Chicago After Gunmen Chased Him Down While Robbing His Minibike

Teen Boy Shot & Killed In Chicago After Gunmen Chased Him Down While Robbing His Minibike

A teen boy Kamare Edwards was found shot to death Wednesday night in Chicago.

Police said he was found Wednesday night with a gunshot wound in his neck in the 9100 block of South Lowe Avenue.

Kamare Edwards, 17, was found with a gunshot wound in his neck in the 9100 block of South Lowe Avenue about 11 p.m., Chicago police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. No arrest has been made.

ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas spent a day with Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown for an inside look at the department’s efforts to curb gun violence — incidents affecting many Chicagoans — throughout the city.

“It’s the most complex policing landscape ever in this country’s history. We are making progress, but the complexities make it such that it is so fragile,” Brown told Thomas. “The ebbs and flows of violence are persistent.”

While shootings like those that killed Zastro and wounded Barr continue, the violence does seem to be ebbing: An ABC News/Gun Violence Archives analysis of the nation’s 50 largest cities shows homicides are down nearly 5% from last year after two years of pandemic-era increases

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