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Police looking for homicide suspect after man fatally shot multiple times in North Philadelphia

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Marcus Whitehead PHILADELPHIA - A man was shot dead over the weekend in North Philadelphia, and now police say they are looking for the man responsible.Police found 26-year-old Diniar Khayne Camp when responding to reports for a "person with a gun" on the 1900 block of 19th Street early Saturday morning.The unresponsive victim was reportedly suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the body.

He was pronounced dead on the scene.A loaded firearm was reportedly found.MORE HEADLINES:Police are now looking for 22-year-old Marcus Whitehead, of Miriam Road, in connection to the homicide.Anyone with information is asked not to approach the suspect, and to call Philadelphia Police at 215-686-8477..

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