Autopsy reveals Jersey City man died from gunshot to the head

Police say autopsy results show that a Jersey City man who was killed in a shooting over the weekend died from a gunshot wound to

JERSEY CITY - Police say autopsy results show that a Jersey City man who was killed in a shooting over the weekend died from a gunshot wound to the head.

Police are now looking for the person responsible for the shooting.

Lamar Glover, 23, had just relocated to New Jersey from Atlanta. Family and friends believe the shooting is a case of mistaken identity.

Glover was shot three times outside of Union Superette at around 4 p.m. Saturday. Witnesses say the shooter was in a black Lexus and exited the car before shooting Glover at the corner of Harmon Street and Randolph Avenue.

As of right now, no suspects have been named. Police say they have confiscated the surveillance video from Union Superette in hopes of identifying the shooter.

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