A cowardly punk is still on the loose in Rogers Park. Residents have been urged to use caution until this killer is found, but that also means people are staying inside more. Montes says he’s worried that more people will be walking around the neighborhood on Halloween. Support groups have popped up on social media where people can meet up and walk together. While working with 49th Ward Ald. Joe Moore, area businesses reached out to Lyft, which agreed to give Rogers Park residents 50 percent off two rides booked through their app. The rideshare company even picked up costs of printing the coupons, which are available in Moore’s office, 7356 N. Greenview Ave.
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