Man killed in robbery
The family of a man who died during a robbery on the city's far South Side is pleading for the killers to come forward.
Princeton Reed, 33, was at his aunt's home near 112th and Halsted and was leaving early this Wednesday. Just as he and his cousin approached Reed's car, two men confronted them. Reed tried to escape by getting in the car and that's when the suspects shot him several times. His family is struggling to cope.
"I just want the killers to come forward because it's not fair that they just took his life for no reason. I just want the killers please, please come forward," said Darlene Grandison, Reed's mother-in-law.
Reed was married and the father of six children.
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