Memorial held in Kensington for slain cafe owner

KENSINGTON - A memorial service was held today in Brooklyn for friends and community members of Joshua Rubin, who was found dead in November.

Rubin, a Ditmas Park cafe owner, disappeared on Oct. 31 and was found dead in a Pennsylvania field in November. It took officials nearly two months to positively identify the body.

The service at Temple Beth Emeth was held for those who could not attend Rubin's funeral in Rhode Island.

Police say they are continuing to investigate the murder.

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