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Police investigate drive-by shooting in Braddock; man grazed by bullets

Tribune-Review
| Friday, September 14, 2018 10:24 p.m
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Police are investigating a drive-by shooting Friday night in Braddock that may have injured at least one man, officials said.

About 7:15 p.m., Braddock police and paramedics received a report of shots fired near Corey Avenue and Mills Street.

First responders arrived to find an abandoned Chevrolet sedan.

Its driver’s side was riddled with bullet holes. Nobody was in the car.

Police then learned that a man with gunshot wounds had been seen at Edgewood Towne Center, which straddles the neighboring boroughs of Edgewood and Swissvale.

Before they got to the shopping plaza, a man arrived at a nearby hospital via a private vehicle with non-life-threatening, grazing gunshot wounds on the left side of his body, police said.

Investigators did not say whether the injured man may have been a target of the shooting.

Officials did not release further details nor descriptions of potential suspects.

Allegheny County police homicide detectives are investigating.

Police asked anyone with information to call 833-255-8477 (833-ALL-TIPS). Callers can remain anonymous.

Natasha Lindstrom is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Natasha at 412-380-8514, nlindstrom@tribweb.com or via Twitter @NewsNatasha.

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