Residents hold prayer vigil for victims of home invasion

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Brooklyn residents came together Sunday following a brutal home invasion that claimed the life of a 91-year-old man.

The group Guns Down organized the prayer vigil to stand united against violence.

The deadly attack happened at 160 Decatur St. on Wednesday. Ethyln Thompson, 100, was injured, and her husband Waldiman Thompson was killed.

Police sources say surveillance footage is being reviewed.

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