Rayzell Glover, 21, of Chicago.

A 21-year-old man who was wanted for murder in connection with a shooting in Chicago was arrested by police in Mundelein on Friday.

The Chicago Police Department said Rayzell Glover, 21, of Chicago, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

The charges are in connection to the death of Lenell R. Taylor, 29, who died on February 1.

Taylor was outside just after 12 p.m. that day in the 2000 block of West 67th Street in Chicago.

Prosecutors said Glover and a second suspect drove to the area and exited their vehicle after spotting Taylor, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

The two suspects began shooting at Taylor and he was hit by multiple bullets and fell to the ground, prosecutors said.

45 shell casings were recovered from the scene, the Sun-Times reported.

Glover and the second unnamed suspect fled the scene in their vehicle.

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Taylor was pronounced dead at the scene, police said at the time.

The Sun-Times, citing police, reported that Glover is a member of the Boco gang and the shooting took place in rival gang territory.

Police said Sunday morning that they arrested Glover in Mundelein on Friday. He remains held in custody without bond.