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Vigil held for teen shot by police in the Bronx
WAKEFIELD, Bronx (WABC) -- There was an emotional vigil Monday night to remember a teenager who was shot and killed by police in the Bronx.
Supporters of 18-year-old Ramarley Graham gathered in the Wakefield section outside his home.
They then marched to the 47th precinct where the officer who shot Graham works.
Graham, a drug suspect, was being chased last week.
An officer followed him into his home and shot him once in the bathroom, apparently thinking he had a gun.
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