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The Los Angeles City Council approved a $75,000 reward Tuesday for information that helps authorities apprehend and convict the assailants who shot two brothers in Gramercy Park, killing one of them.

Reginald McLendon, 52, and Gregory McLendon, 60, were attacked last Sept. 17 at about 1:15 a.m. while they were standing in the younger sibling’s driveway in the 9100 block of South Harvard Boulevard.

Two males in dark clothing approached on foot and shot them both multiple times before fleeing, according to the council motion that was approved on a 12-0 vote.

The brothers were transported to California Hospital, where the younger of the two died of his injuries.

–City News Service

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