4 shot, 2 dead in south Minneapolis alley

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No arrests have been made as investigators probe a Sunday night shooting in south Minneapolis that left two men dead, the Star Tribune reports.

An injured woman and a teenage girl were taken to Hennepin County Medical Center and are expected to survive, local news reports say. WCCO reports the two had gunshot wounds. Officers found the men who were killed in a vehicle, WCCO reported. Bullet holes could be seen in an SUV parked in the alley, FOX 9 reported.

Police were called at about 8:30 p.m., and officers arrived at the scene in the alley between the 2600 blocks of Cedar and 18th Avenue S., according to media reports.

A police spokeswoman said it was not immediately clear what led to the shooting, WCCO reported.

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