Report: Gun used to kill Chicago police commander came from Milwaukee

CHICAGO (CBS 58) -- A new report says the gun used to kill a Chicago police commander came from Milwaukee. 

The Chicago Tribune traced the handgun from a gun shop near Madison, then to a gun club in Stoughton, and then to Milwaukee. 

The weapon used to fatally shoot Cmdr. Paul Bauer. WBBM

The report says someone sold the gun online to a man in Milwaukee. It's not known how the gun got from Milwaukee to Chicago.

Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer was shot in the line of duty on February 13.

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