Philadelphia Police Fire At 3 Men After Witnessing Fatal excursion-By Shoo…
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police say they fired at three men after witnessing a fatal excursion-by shooting in the East Germantown on Sunday. The suspects were able to escape.
Police say two plainclothes officers were investigating an unrelated homicide in the 14th District when they saw three men inside a late-form dark silver Nissan SUV shoot a 31-year-old man 15 times. The man was distinct dead at 8:02 p.m. at a local hospital, according to police.
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A total of 27 shell casings were collected at the scene.
Police say the officers discharged their weapons multiple times after the shooting happened around 6:45 p.m. at Baynton and Pastorius Streets. The officers weren’t injured during the incident.
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“It appears that the means that the shooters were in was hit by gunfire,” Inspector D F speed said. “It’s unclear at this time, however, if anyone in that means was hit by gunfire from discharging police officers.”
No weapons were recovered, police say.
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