A day after Wilmington appeared to set a new record for the number of people shot in a year it happened again. Wilmington officers were investigating an apparent shooting late Monday in the 2600 block of N. Harrison Street, according to police scanners. The shooting was broadcast shortly after 11 p.m. More information could not be obtained late Monday.
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A 25-year-old man was hospitalized late Monday night after getting shot multiple times, said an official with the Wilmington Police Department. Police were called out to the 2600 block of N. Harrison St. just before 11:10 p.m., an official said. At the scene, police located a victim who had been shot in left arm and left side, an official said. He was rushed to Christiana Hospital and underwent surgery, police said. Police said a suspect fled the scene in an unknown direction.
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