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Police Seek Clues in Westchester Shooting

Police Seek Clues in Westchester Shooting

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Springfield Police are seeking information about a shooting Monday night in the Westchester subdivision that left a man injured.

The victim was uncooperative according to Springfield Police Deputy Chief Dan Mounce.  He says the incident happenend around 9:30pm in the 3100 block of Concord Avenue.

Mounce says it is too early to say if the shooting is related to this past weekend’s incidents or if it is gang-related.

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