Family of East Hartford homicide victim to hold vigil

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HARTFORD-- A vigil will be held to remember a man who died last week after being shot in August.

Tuesday night at 5 p.m. family and friends will gather at 198 Branford Street in Hartford there will be an Anti-Violence Vigil by the family of Gregory Clark.

On August 6, Clark was shot in a commuter lot in East Hartford.

So far no perpetrator of the shooting has been found. Though the shooting took place in East Hartford this anti-violence rally will be in Hartford since the family lives in the community.

Clark was 27 years old and he was shot in a commuter parking lot. Police found Clark with several gunshot wounds. He died from the injuries Sept. 17th.

A map to the vigil is below.

Google Map for coordinates 41.798372 by -72.700141.

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