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North MPLS shooting involves 3 victims, including infant, not fatal

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A Tuesday evening shooting in north Minneapolis has multiple victims, WCCO reported, including a 14-month-old and a pregnant woman, several outlets are reporting. They all survived.

KARE 11 reported a woman and her niece were the victims. Now the MPD and KARE's John Croman say there were three victims:

It happened about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 2900 block of Lyndale Avenue North. The MPD tweets this about the suspect:

And Fox 9's Leah Beno adds this:

Earlier, Fox 9 news tweeted this:

And KARE 11 added this:

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