Body of cab driver found in taxi on North Side

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CHICAGO – Police are still looking for the gunman in the shooting death of a Chicago cabbie who is described as a man full of love and always willing to help others.

It was at a McDonald's near Pratt and Clark in the Rogers Park neighborhood where  Kamil Shamji picked up a fare last night about 10:30.

Early Monday morning Shamji was found shot dead in his cab in the 4400 block of North Leavitt Street behind a Chicago public library.

The  59-year-old Shamji had been a licensed cab driver in Chicago for 35 years.

He had been shot in the head.

Flash Cab issued a statement saying it was "deeply saddened to learn today of the senseless death of Kamil Shamji. Flash Cab extends its deepest condolences to his family and many friends."

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