Police release video of 2 suspects wanted in shooting death of 14-year-old Kevin Tinker

Kevin Tinker was shot to death Sunday evening in the 200 block of West 110th Place. His mother, Delisa Tucker, was fatally shot on the same block two days later.

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Chicago police have released video of two suspects wanted in the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy down the street from his home in Roseland.

Kevin Tinker was shot to death while standing on a sidewalk Sunday evening in the 200 block of West 110th Place, Chicago police said.

The eighth-grader was outside a home that had been targeted earlier in the day, according to police Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan, who would not say if the boy himself was a target.

The boy’s mother, Delisa Tucker, 31, was shot dead on the same block two days later. Friends said she was on her way to light a candle at her son’s memorial.

Police are searching for two males wanted in the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy.

Police are searching for two males wanted in the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old boy.

Chicago police

Police did not say whether the two suspects in the video are also suspects in her murder. The video shows two males walking into a gas station in black masks and black hoodies, then leave in a silver Nissan.

Anyone with information can call Area Two detectives at 312-747-8271.

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