Vigil grows for slain Bronx teenager

The memorial for a Bronx teenager killed over the weekend is continuing to grow outside his home. Police say 15-year-old Luke Williams was shot at

THE BRONX - The memorial for a Bronx teenager killed over the weekend is continuing to grow outside his home.

Police say 15-year-old Luke Williams was shot at the intersection of Freeman Street and Prospect Avenue near Crotona Park early Saturday morning. His loved ones say they believe the shooting is gang related.

Assemblyman Eric Stevenson (D-The Bronx) gathered with Williams' family and friends Sunday night, calling for an end to violence.

No arrests have been made and cops say the investigation is ongoing.

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