The victim, who was not identified, was pronounced dead at the Rogers Park scene. The attacker, who was wearing a mask, managed to flee. The report said none of the victim’s items were taken.
“I saw him face down on the ground,” Lynda Kaplan, 50, told the paper. “We see each other every day. He’s out with his two older dogs, walking them, and he’s a frail older man. What could anybody possibly have against him?”
Later on Sunday, two 15-year-old boys were shot, one fatally, the report said. No arrests have been made.
Troops from North and South Korea have started removing some of the more than 800,000 landmines buried along their border, officials say.
In the South, clearing has started at the heavily fortified Joint Security Area (JSA) in the village of Panmunjom.
Mines will also be removed from a separate site where hundreds of soldiers were killed in the Korean war.
The move was agreed when the leaders of the two Koreas, Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, met last month in Pyongyang.
All landmines in the JSA, which is the only portion of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) where forces stand face-to-face, are expected to be removed by military personnel within the next 20 days, South Korea’s defence ministry said in a statement on Monday.
In the memo, which was sent to all Republican senators and was obtained Sunday night by NBC News, Rachel Mitchell, the deputy county attorney in charge of the Special Victims Division in Maricopa County, Arizona, said her “bottom line” was that “a ‘he said, she said’ case is incredibly difficult to prove.”“But this case is even weaker than that,” Mitchell wrote. “Dr. Ford identified other witnesses to the event, and those witnesses either refuted her allegations or failed to corroborate them.”
“I do not think that a reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence before the committee,” she wrote.
Three people were killed after a car exploded Saturday night in downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania, including the likely perpetrator, authorities said Sunday. Authorities released no information about the cause of Saturday’s blast, including whether it was a bomb. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.
Sen. Mazie Hirono, who has emerged as one of the most vocal opponents of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, on Sunday didn’t directly answer when asked if she was confident Democrats didn’t strategically leak Christine Ford’s accusations against him just days before a crucial Judiciary Committee vote.