CHICAGO (CBS) — A community group is beefing up security in Chinatown following the murder of an innocent grandfather recently.

The Chinatown Security Foundation installed new lighting near Wentworth Avenue and Alexander Street, where a number of stores and restaurants are located.

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It is an effort to keep the streets safer for residents, business owners, and visitors.

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The location is not far from where 71-year-old Woom Sing Tse was shot and killed earlier this month.

Tse was on his way to buy a newspaper when he was shot multiple times and killed at 262 W. 23rd Pl., near Princeton Avenue, in broad daylight.

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Police said 23-year-old Alphonso Joyner drove up, fired 22 shots, and sped away from Tse’s lifeless body.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff