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Autopsy confirms cause of death of man found in Sharon alley

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SHARON, Pa. -

Autopsy results confirm that a man found in the alley of a residential neighborhood in Sharon died from a gunshot wound to the head.

The Allegheny medical examiner said the death of Troy Scott Hall has been ruled a homicide.

The 29-year-old was found on Prindle Street early Sunday morning, about half a mile away from his Fifth Avenue home.

Sharon Police Chief Gerry Smith said his officers were able to ID Hall because he previously made a police report as a victim.

Police are still investigating the homicide.

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