Evanston brothers killed in tobacco shop case treated as homicide
August 7, 2013 (EVANSTON, Ill.) (WLS) -- Authorities say they are still following up on tips in the shooting deaths of two brothers at an Evanston tobacco shop.
The brothers 38-year-old Azim Hakeem and his brother, Mobeen, 34, were found last Tuesday night at their family-owned store.
Police are treating their deaths as a homicide case.
Robbery has not been ruled out as a motive because both of the men's wallets are missing.
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