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Philadelphia police investigate a shooting in North Philadelphia that injured a 15-year-old boy. NORTH PHILADELPHIA - A teenager has been injured in a shooting in North Philadelphia, according to officials.Police were called to the 2300 block of North Cleveland Street Friday afternoon, just after 2:30, on the report of shots fired.A 15-year-old boy was found with a gunshot wound to the foot when police arrived.

According to police on scene, the boy did not know the shooter.MORE HEADLINES:He was taken to Temple University Hospital by medics and placed in stable condition.Police say an investigation is underway.

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