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Man, 29, shot multiple times and killed inside a building in Fairmount, police say

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FAIRMOUNT - Philadelphia police are investigating a fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man by four men in Fairmount.According to officials, police responded to the 4900 block of Aspen Street about 4 p.m., Sunday, on the report of multiple gunshots.Arriving officers found the 29-year-old victim had been shot multiple times throughout his body inside a residence in Philadelphia’s Fairmount section.

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