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Tarpon Springs shooting victim still in critical condition, police say

TARPON SPRINGS — A homeless man hospitalized after being seriously injured during a shooting in a wooded area earlier this week remains in critical but stable condition, Tarpon Springs police said Friday.

Police received a 911 call about 2:30 p.m. Monday from an employee at Florida Capital Bank, 710 E Tarpon Ave., about shots fired in a wooded area behind the bank. Police then searched the woods and discovered two men. Larry J. Schuff, 54, and Brian C. Kennedy, 56, had both been shot.

Kennedy died at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. Schuff remains at Bayfront, where his condition has not improved, said Tarpon Springs police Capt. Jeffrey Young.

Police have released few details about the shooting as they continue to search for a suspect.

Tarpon Springs shooting victim still in critical condition, police say 08/09/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 9, 2013 4:08pm]
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