Homicide Probe Continues

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Police are still looking for the person who killed a Kenosha man who investigators say apparently interrupted an armed robbery. Authorities say 39-year-old Bernard Reavers went to the second floor of his duplex to lend a vacuum to a tenant when he was shot Aug. 21. The father of three young daughters died Saturday as a result of his injuries. Friends and family say Reavers lived with his girlfriend and daughters and was devoted to his family. A witness told police a man with a mask ran from the home after the altercation and fled in a small, blue, four-door sedan. Anyone with nearby security footage or information about the suspect should contact Kenosha police.



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