Man shot to death in Burnham

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A man died early Wednesday after he was shot in south suburban Burnham.

Vincent Means, 32, was shot at West State Street and Calhoun Avenue in Burnham, according to the Lake County (Ind.) coroner’s office.

Means, who lived in the 0 – 100 block of Paxton Avenue in Calumet City, was taken to Franciscan St. Margaret Health in Hammond, Indiana, where he was pronounced dead at 2:04 a.m., the coroner’s office said.

His death was ruled a homicide.

Additional details from the Burnham Police Department were not immediately available early Wednesday.

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