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Dog dead, teen injured after Phoenix shooting, police say

Gunshots were fired into the home early Wednesday morning, the Phoenix Police Department said.

PHOENIX — A dog is dead and a teenager is recovering after multiple gunshots were fired into a Phoenix home early Wednesday morning, the city's police department said.

Gunshots were fired at around 3:30 a.m. near the Interstate 10 offramp to 46th Street, officers said.

Police have yet to release the following information:

  • Any suspect information
  • The events leading up to the shooting
  • The identity of the victims

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