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“He liked to dress, he liked to socialize,” Kay said.Saturday, the men’s clothing store near North 24th and Decatur streets became a more somber gathering place as dozens of loved ones met to honor Sgt. Kyle LeFlore’s memory.Medics found the 27 year old Army sergeant outside of Reign Lounge with a gunshot wound just before 2 Saturday morning and took him to an area hospital with CPR in progress.Police said LeFlore was pronounced dead at Nebraska Medicine from his injuries.LeFlore’s father, Kay LeFlore, told KETV NewsWatch 7 that he believes his son was walking to or from his car in the parking lot when somebody tried to rob him of his jewelry.”I’m just sitting here in misery, basically,” Kay said, “I can’t eat, I can’t sleep.”According to family members, LeFlore had been stationed in South Korea with his wife, LaTasha LeFlore, for most of 2017, and was back home to visit for the holidays. LeFlore has served four tours overseas two in Iraq and two in Afghanistan, family members told KETV.”And he comes home, and he’s killed,” Kay said.Kay says Kyle was eager to finally spend some time with his 5 year old son, Kyle Junior, or KJ.”He lived for his son, and when he got the chance to be here in time for Christmas to open packages and celebrate Christmas with his son, that was my best time I’ve ever had with him,” Kay said.LeFlore was also an accomplished wrestler, competing and winning in the Eighth Army Combatives tournament over the summer in Seoul.According to family, LeFlore was a dedicated father and husband, and was taking classes in hopes of one day working for the CIA or FBI.”If you knew him, you loved him,” sister Kandy LeFlore said.Family members and dozens of loved ones met at LeFlore’s Fashions Saturday evening to release balloons in LeFlore’s honor. LeFlore’s father and siblings are urging anyone who saw or heard the shooting to come forward with information.”Our family is hurt because my brother is not here anymore,” Kandy said. “My brother did not deserve that, my father does not deserve to be in the pain that he’s in right now.”Officers on the scene said they are looking for an individual described as a black man wearing an orange hoodie.Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 402 444 7867. Tips leading to the arrest of a homicide suspect are eligible for an enhanced reward of up to $25,000.