BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Two men were shot dead and four other people injured in Baltimore on Saturday morning, Baltimore police said.
Eastern District officials found a 49-year-old man with gunshot wounds on the 2500 block of Biddle Street just before 11:20 a.m., police said.
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The man died in a nearby hospital.
Before the murder, Southwestern District officials found a man with gunshot wounds on the 500 block of Bentalou Street shortly after 12:15 p.m.
He was taken to a nearby hospital, but the police had no information about his condition.
Shortly after that incident, a 41-year-old man with gunshot wounds was taken to a Northern District hospital but refused to provide information and cooperated with officers who arrived shortly after 1 a.m. to investigate.
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Western District officials found a 31-year-old man with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds on the 2300 block of Orem Avenue just before 7 p.m. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Just over an hour later, officials from the same district found a 39-year-old woman with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds on the 1000 block of Brantley Avenue. She was also taken to a hospital for treatment.
Less than 20 minutes later, Southwestern District officials found a 26-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds on the 5000 block of Corley Road. He died in a nearby hospital.
Police have asked anyone with information about the murders to call 410-396-2100, anyone with information about the shooting in the Southwest, 410-396-2488, anyone with information about the shooting in the Northern District, 410-396-2455 call anyone with information about the Western District shootings at 410-396-2477.
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Anyone wishing to remain anonymous on any of the incidents can call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.