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Tampa police investigating shooting

TAMPA — Two people were shot to death and a third was seriously injured after a neighborhood dispute late Saturday night.

Tampa police said a man and a woman were killed. The woman was found dead on East 110th Avenue in the area of 23rd Street and the man was found dead inside a nearby home. The man who was injured admitted himself to a local hospital.

Late Saturday night, police were still sorting out what happened.

"Detectives have determined there is an ongoing dispute between two of the houses on the street and that led to the incident," said police spokeswoman Laura McElroy.

She said multiple people fired shots and investigators were still determining if any shooters were at large late Saturday.

The neighborhood is just east of Interstate 275 and south of E Fowler Avenue.

Tampa police investigating shooting 10/19/13 [Last modified: Saturday, October 19, 2013 11:11pm]
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