Activists led by Pastor Corey Brooks hope shooter will come forward
September 21, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- With the recent violence in mind activists take to the streets Saturday night.
Several people joined Pastor Corey Brooks of New Beginnings Church.
They walked the neighborhood of where the shooting happened passing out leaflets.
It's hoped that somebody will come forward with information that will help catch the shooter.
"There's always people who may know a little bit more information and if you give them another opportunity and a vehicle where they can come forward with that information where they feel safe than normally, typically they come forward," Pastor Brooks said.
Paper hearts were put up to represent each of the victims shot at the park.
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