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Elderly Pennsylvania man shoots, kills half-naked home intruder who assaulted his wife, police say

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Steven Shaffer, 54, entered the home of a couple in their 70s in Berwick Township, Pa., wearing only a T-shirt and assaulted the couple before being shot multiple times. (Pennsylvania State Police) FOX NEWS - An elderly homeowner in Pennsylvania shot and killed a half-naked home intruder after the intruder attacked him and his wife, authorities say.The suspect, identified as Steven Shaffer, 54, entered the home of a couple in their 70s in Berwick Township, Pa., wearing only a T-shirt and assaulted the couple before being shot multiple times by the husband and killed, Pennsylvania State Police said, according to FOX 43 of York, Pa.The wife was reportedly "violently assaulted" on the bed after Shaffer followed her to the bedroom when the.

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