(WXYZ) - The Change Agent Consortium held a vigil Friday night to remember a Detroit pastor who was gunned down last week.
Detroit Police say on July 29, Pastor Tim Kirby, 46, asked one of his neighbors on the 8500 block of Heritage Place to turn his music down. The suspect then shot and killed Kirby.
Police are still searching for the armed suspect. He's described as an African American man in his 20s, about 190 pounds and wearing a red shirt, blue jeans, and black baseball cap.
We're told Pastor Tim Kirby leaves behind four children.
The CAC is trying to raise funds to buy back-to-school supplies for Pastor Kirby's children.
To donate, go here: www.actioncac.org
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