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Police: Multiple killers involved in Chicago’s Gage Park massacre

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CHICAGO — New details are emerging about the massacre of a family in Chicago’s Gage Park neighborhood.

Four adults and two children,  were killed in their home at 57th and California two months ago.

The victims were identified as Noe Martinez Sr. and Rosaura Hernandez, in their 60s; their son Noe Martinez Jr., in his 40s; Maria Herminia Martinez, in her 30s; and her two young sons, Alexis and Leonardo, 10 and 13.


According to The Sun-Times, police now say multiple killers were involved because the bodies were found in so many different rooms.

Three generations of the Martinez family were killed. Most of them were brutally beaten and stabbed.

One of the victims was shot to death.

Investigators say the doors of the home were locked and not much stuff inside was moved.

No arrests have been made.


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