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Police: Man, 34, shot in the head and killed in North Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Police investigate a shooting that left a 34-year-old man dead in North Philadelphia. NORTH PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Police are investigating a shooting that took the life of a 34-year-old man in North Philadelphia.Police responded to the 2000 block of West Estaugh Street Saturday night, just after 8, on the report of a shooting, officials said.Police arrived to find the 34-year-old victim with two gunshots to the head and one to his neck.

Medics pronounced him dead at the scene.MORE HEADLINES:AdvertisementAn investigation into possible motives is underway, authorities said.

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