Family to Mark 5 Years Since Lane Bryant Killings
TINLEY PARK, Ill. (AP) -- Five years after his sister was shot and killed along with four other women in suburban Chicago, Maurice Hamilton plans to mark the anniversary with a visit to the clothing store where they died.

Hamilton tells WBBM-TV that Saturday's five-year anniversary of the slayings at the Lane Bryant store in Tinley Park would be a good time to gather family and friends of his sister, Rhoda McFarland.

McFarland was killed on Feb. 2, 2008, when a gunman posing as a deliveryman came into the store she managed. He forced her and the others into a back room, where he bound them with duct tape.

No one has been arrested in the slayings of the five women. But the community's mayor says three police officers are still investigating the case.
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