Chicago police have changed their description of the suspect who is being sought in connection with two apparently random homicides on the streets of Rogers Park this week. But the department refuses to say why their description has changed. Willard “Douglass” Watts, 73, was shot dead as he walked his dogs around 10:05 a.m. Sunday.
Police highlighted the shooter’s unusual walk—his toes point out. | CPD Here is a run-down of Wednesday’s developments as police try to locate the gunman who killed two Rogers Park men in separate point-blank shootings on Sunday morning and Monday night: Community members packed the Loyola Park Fieldhouse on Wednesday evening to be briefed on
Willard “Douglass” Watts (left) and Eliyahu Moscowitz | Facebook Chicago police will update residents on the progress of the investigation into the murders of 73-year-old Willard Douglass Watts and 24-year-old Eliyahu Moscowitz in the Rogers Park neighborhood at a community meeting tonight in the Loyola Park Fieldhouse, 1230 West Greenleaf, at 7 p.m. A police
Surveillance photo of the suspect who is sought by police. | CPD Chicago police this afternoon revealed that two men killed in Rogers Park since Sunday morning were slain with point-blank shots from the same gun. They believe the same person is also responsible. Officials also released a surveillance image of a man wanted in
Eliyahu Moscowitz | Facebook For the second time in two days, Chicago police are investigating an apparent random shooting death in Rogers Park. Both victims were killed with single gunshot wounds to their heads as they walked casually in the neighborhood. Neither man was the apparent victim of robbery. Police said that a passer-by discovered