CHICAGO (CBS)– Santa Claus delivered gifts to the family of security guard Jemel Roberson, who was fatally shot by a police officer outside a Robbins nightclub last month.

The owner of a local tow truck company, along with some helpful volunteers, dropped off new toys, cloths and other supplies for Roberson’s pregnant girlfriend and their young son.

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“We felt we had to do something for this family,” Earl Walker of W&W towing said.

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Midlothian Police have apologized for the shooting, saying the officer who killed Roberson mistook him for the gunman who fired shots inside the club.

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The family has filed a lawsuit and state police are investigating.