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Youngstown police looking for suspect in shooting that injured 2

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- Youngstown police are looking for a suspect in a late night shooting on Saturday that injured two people.

The shooting took place at 444 Catalina avenue shortly before 11 p.m. According to a police report, 26-year-old Sean Minear went to his ex girlfriend's house asking to talk to her.
When he was refused, Minear went to his car, pulled out a gun and started shooting at the house,

Two people were injured at the home.  One victim was transported to the hospital where she is listed in stable condition and the other refused treatment.

While victims and witnesses identified Minear as the ex-boyfriend who came to the door, they would not identify him as the shooter. Police are continuing the investigation.


 

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