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New Haven – Man Shot At And Killed

A man died from gunshot wounds in New Haven early Saturday morning.

At approximately 2:10 a.m., authorities received ShotSpotter notifications and dispatched officers to Shelton Avenue, between Goodrich and Read Streets. Responders found a 35-year-old man from Hamden on the ground with multiple gunshot injuries. He was immediately transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Authorities have yet to find/identify the assailant and are currently investigating the incident. Possible witnesses are encouraged to contact New Haven Police as soon as possible.

In some instances, incident suspects/culprits are not immediately identified, and authorities would require the assistance of the public in solving these cases. Suffice it to say, everyone should help authorities apprehend these culprits so that they can make our communities safer for everyone. As an added benefit, establishing accountability can also enable victims of these situations, or their families, to pursue legal options that can help them find closure.

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