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Man in custody following Minneapolis murder

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Police in Minneapolis are investigating a shooting of a homeowner who was approached by a man begging for help.

FOX 9 reports at 11:46 a.m. Friday officers were called to the home on the 3700 block of Aldrich Ave. N. on a report of a man who had gone to the house asking the homeowner to call police.

According to Fox 9, police arrived a few minutes later and found the homeowner dead of a gunshot wound. The man who was originally asking for help was found inside the house and was taken into custody.

KARE 11 reports police are not looking for any other suspects at this time.

It is Minneapolis' second homicide of 2014.

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