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Police: Man in his 20s shot in broad daylight and killed in West Powelton

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Philadelphia police investigate a shooting in West Powelton that killed a man in his 20s. WEST POWELTON - Philadelphia Police are investigating a shooting that killed a man in his 20s.Officials say police responded to the 600 block of Brooklyn Street just before 1:15 Friday afternoon, on the report of a shooting.Police arrived to find a man, thought to be in his 20s, but otherwise unidentified, lying face down in the street, suffering a gunshot wound to the chest.He was rushed to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, where he died.An investigation into a motive for the shooting in broad daylight is ongoing.

Officials say no weapon has been found and no arrests have been made.___Tips can be submitted by calling 215-686-TIPS (8477) or texting PPD TIP (773847).

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