Vigil to be held for slain hunter

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LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - A candlelight vigil is Thursday in honor of the hunter who was found shot and killed last month in Bath Township.

Chong Yang's family is holding a vigil called, "Orange Justice," at the State Capitol in Lansing.

The 68-year-old was found dead on state land north of East Clark Road on November 16th.

Police say he was wearing hunter's orange, and that his gun and backpack were missing when officers found his body.

His family is expected to provide more details about the investigation into his death at the vigil -- which is set for six o'clock.