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September 10, 2013 5:05 PM

Community mobilizes to look for killer of 3-year-old KC girl and her mother

The shelter house at Blue Hills Park received a bright splash of pink Tuesday. Paint crews transformed the structure at 53rd Street and Brooklyn Avenue from blue to pink in honor of 3-year-old Damiah L. White, who was found shot to death along with her mother, Myeisha J. Turner, 28, on Aug. 23 in their home a few blocks away. Pink was Damiah’s favorite color.

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