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Retired NYPD detective, obvious harmless bystander shot in NYC


A retired NYPD detective believed to be an harmless bystander was amongst two males shot in Harlem on Tuesday morning, cops and police sources stated. 

The 60-year-old former cop, who retired from the pressure in 2006, took a bullet to the abdomen on Lenox Avenue close to West a hundred and twenty fifth Street round 7 a.m., authorities and sources stated. 

He was apparently caught in the course of a shootout and never believed to have been the meant goal, based on the sources. 

The 60-year-old former cop — an obvious harmless bystander — and one other man, 21, have been shot on Lenox Avenue close to West a hundred and twenty fifth Street round 7 a.m.
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Another man, 21, was grazed within the neck in the identical incident, cops stated. 

It was not instantly clear whether or not he was an meant goal. 

Both victims have been taken to Harlem Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

Police investigate the crime scene on Lenox Avenue near West 125th Street.

Three male suspects fled after the capturing.
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Three male suspects fled on foot after the capturing and have been nonetheless being sought hours later. 

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