Police investigate two deadly shootings over two days in Rogers Park: An elderly man is killed while walking with his dogs, and a man who was killed by sea is deterred.
"The way these two men (killed) is similar," said Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. "Detectives work aggressively to see if there's anything in common between the shootings."
Eliyahu Moscowitz, 24, was shot dead in the head, near his left ear, found in the 1100 block of West Lunt Avenue south of Loyola Park at 22:20 pm Monday, police said. A witness found him lying lying on the road and called the police.
Investigators had no description of the gunman, but they checked videos from several surveillance cameras in the area, police said.
The Shooting Approximately Halfway A mile from Willard D. Watts, 73, was shot dead on Sunday morning as he walked his dogs near his home in the 1
An armed man in black and walking with a balaclava wades and shot him once in the head, police said. He died steps from his house where he died lived with his husband and mother-in-law. Nobody was in custody.  Guglielmi said detectives advertise the neighborhood and review surveillance footage, including police cameras, for any hints. Regular patrols in the area include officers from the Area North Saturation Team.
"People will notice a stronger police presence," Guglielmi said.
Police checked ballistic evidence found at the two crime scenes The same weapon was used in the killings. Guglielmi said the Federal Office for Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had been notified.
The investigators "hope today to have results of a ballistic test (sic)", Ald. Joe Moore, 49, wrote on Facebook
Rev. John Elleson of Lakewood Chapel said he visited both neighborhoods to help people cope with it. Monday night he prayed near where Moscowicz was found.
"He lies there with the rain coming down and if it were my son or my relative, I would just want someone to be with them at this time, so it's sad," Elleson said. "I only find my heart breaking with the gentleman."
Moscowitz ran a kosher kitchen in a Jewel Osco store. "Our heart goes to the family of Eliyahu Moscowitz", it says in a statement. "He spent more than two years with Jewel-Osco as Mashgiach, providing excellent customer service, and Eliyahu was also very sympathetic and very popular with his peers."