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Police say man killed in Ill. mall shooting; search continues for gunman

CHICAGO - Orland Park police were searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man near the food court inside the Orland Square Mall on Monday night, according to Deputy Police Chief Joseph Mitchell.

A bystander also suffered a graze wound in the incident, Mitchell said.

Investigators don't know the motive for

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