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Highland Park: Don't F*ck With the Neighborhood

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Last week, four men targeted a house on Avenue 54 in in Highland Park near the Gold Line. It was early evening - 8, 8:30 - and the team of robbers broke into the house, only to find its resident inside.

The home's occupant was pissed. And had a gun.

One of the four -- a 21-year-old -- was shot multiple times. By the time his buddies got him to Glendale Memorial Hospital, he was dead. The car's driver was arrested on charges relating to the break-in.

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The police are considering the death a homicide, the second in Highland Park this year.