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SHOOTING IN HARRISBURG BELIEVED TO BE SELF-INFLICTED

Posted by on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 @ 9:53 pm.

HARRISBURG—A shooting in Harrisburg that prompted a mass response of city, county and state police yesterday in the area of Green Street has been reported by officials as having been a suicide.

death investigationThe death of a man in his late 50s (whose name is being withheld for the moment), said to have been discovered yesterday morning, 07.02.13, prompted response at the residence at about 7:30 a.m. of a huge number of police and police vehicles. Authorities were said to have been very careful about the situation, and are reported by observers to have not removed the body from the residence until about 2 yesterday afternoon.

The nature of the death, according to the sources who have advised us on condition of anonymity, is said to have been a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Openly, authorities have been silent on the matter, but our source is an official one and supports what unofficial sources (neighbors) have been telling us for more than 24 hours now. Why the silence, after the massive response (or why even the massive response), is unknown at this time.

Keep checking back for details as we obtain them.

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3 Comments for “SHOOTING IN HARRISBURG BELIEVED TO BE SELF-INFLICTED”

  1. Komofreely

    Any new information? Are the authorities still silent on the matter?

  2. Komofreely

    Thanks for the update.

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