Chicago high school baseball players scramble as gunfire rings out
Video captured by the 16th and 17th district Chicago police scanner shows the moments gunshots rang out near St. Rita High School on Chicago's Southwest Side during a baseball game Thursday afternoon.
CHICAGO - Chicago police said Sunday that for the first time, a tip to Chicago's "Gun Trafficking and Homicide Tip Line" has resulted in a reward.
Callers to 833-408-0069 can get rewards of up to $5,000 in gun trafficking cases and up to $15,000 in homicide cases.
The first reward paid out was for $10,000.
Police said that detectives have cleared 111 murder cases so far this year.
Police said officers have recovered 3,399 guns overall since 2022 began, an average of more than 28 guns taken off the street every single day.
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