Man, 60, fatally shot on his way to work, family says

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CHICAGO -- 60-year-old Jose Correa was shot and killed in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood early this morning..

Correa was discovered by his wife on the floor of his garage at 27th and Central Park.

Correa had no enemies, according to his family, he was a hardworking family man, following his normal routine of heading out to work when he was shot multiple times. Police say he was shot in the back, neck, and mouth.

Correa's family says that he held the same job for the past 40 years and last summer had proposed again to his wife, the two were hoping to get married again at a church this summer.

Correa's wife, Catalina Correa, spoke to WGN's Tonya Francisco in Spanish, pleading with his killer, "for the love of God, turn yourself in."

Police have no one in custody and the investigation continues.