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Road rage shooting victim has died, mother says

Posted at 6:14 PM, Nov 28, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- The victim of a road rage shooting earlier this month has died from his injuries, his mother told RTV6 on Monday.

Reginald Hendricks, 25, was shot in a van near the intersection of Michigan & Pine streets on November 14.

The driver's side window of the van was shot out.  A witness told police the gunfire came from another vehicle, which then drove off.

Police have yet to find the suspected shooter, and Hendricks' mother had pleaded with the public for assistance in finding her son's killer.

“What in the world was that person thinking?” said Andrea. “Who are you mad at that you took it out on my son?”

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Andrea said her son loves music and working on cars.

“He was going to take after his great-grandfather, painting cars,” she said. “He loves music, he loves kids, to kids he’s:  ‘hey Reggie,’ just an outgoing person. His smile would light up the world.”

Police believe the suspect was driving a Red Nissan Altima . He’s described as a white man around 30 years old with short reddish brown hair and a beard and mustache. 

If you have any information about Reginald Hendricks' killer, you're urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.