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Man Dead in Shooting Near Harmon

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Metro Police are looking for two men following a shooting near E. Harmon Avenue and Spencer Street. Metro Police are looking for two men following a shooting near E. Harmon Avenue and Spencer Street.

LAS VEGAS -- Metro Police are looking for two men following a shooting near E. Harmon Avenue and Spencer Street.

According to Metro Police, a man was shot in an alley around 11:40 a.m. He was pronounced dead at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center.

Several witnesses told officers they heard four shots and saw two men leave the area in a white Dodge Durango. The identity of the person who was killed was not immediately released.

 

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