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Robert Charles Hodges, 40

Robert Hodges, a 40-year-old black male, was shot and killed Wednesday, March 2, in the 3200 block of West 111th Place in Inglewood, according to authorities.

Inglewood officers responding to a report of a shooting victim found Hodges "lying halfway out of a vehicle that was parked in a driveway," according to an Inglewood Police Department news release.

Hodges had been shot several times in the head and the torso and was treated by Los Angeles County paramedics before dying at the scene, police said.

"According to a witness, two suspects walked up to the vehicle while the victim was seated on the front passenger side. The suspect(s) fired multiple shots at the victim and then fled eastbound on 111th Place. The suspects remain outstanding and the motive appears gang related," according to the police news release.

Anyone with information about Hodges' homicide asked to call the Inglewood Police Homicide Section at (310) 412-5246, or the 24-hour anonymous hotline number 888-41-CRIME.

-- Megan Garvey

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