HARRISBURG, Pa -- "To the people that took my nephew's life for no reason, we're coming after you with swat clothes, guns and gears and everything. So, enjoy your last freaking days.”
That’s how Harrisburg Police Chief Thomas Carter ended an impromptu speech at the vigil for his nephew John Carter.
John Carter was killed at the intersection of Woodbine and Susquehanna Streets in Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon.
Police say the 36-year-old was shot after he had an argument with several people at a store.
People came out at the vigil on Tuesday not only to remember John Carter, but to talk about gun violence in the city.
So far, there have been no arrests in the homicide case.