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In Mid-Wilshire, Man Allegedly Stabs Woman and Her Dog with Sword

In South Los Angeles on Wednesday, a man was shot and killed.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported that gunfire was heard at 11:15 a.m. in the 9400 block of Juniper Street.

At the time of writing, the victim’s identity was unknown; she was declared dead at the scene. There were no reports of arrests, and no details about possible suspects could be found.

Also read: Man is Dead in a Shooting in South Los Angeles

The Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau (323-890-5500) and Crime Stoppers (800-222-TIPS) asked that anyone with information about the shooting contact them.

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