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Police identify body found in Youngstown driveway on Monday

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Officials have identified a man whose body was found in a Youngstown home's driveway.

23-year-old David T. Perkins of Niles was found shot to death shortly after 9 a.m. Monday on Hilton Avenue.

Police say Perkins had one gunshot wound in his back that went through his chest.

When they arrived on scene they found Perkins lying in a shaded area.

There are no suspects at this time.

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