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Community remembers boy, 14, killed in Bronx park
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A community in mourning gathered to remember a 14-year-old honor student who was killed in a Bronx park last week.
Kemar Brooks was found with a bullet hole to the back of his head in Haffen Park in the Baychester section on Friday.
Family, friends and neighbors gathered in the park on Monday night to light candles in Brooks' memory.
His father discovered him lying just a few feet from a tennis court in the park where he played tennis every day.
Police are still searching for a suspect.
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