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PHOTOS, VIDEOS: 1 dead, 1 hospitalized after Little Rock shooting, police say

One person is dead and one is in the hospital after a shooting that stemmed from a possible robbery at a Little Rock apartment building Wednesday evening, police said.

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PHOTOS, VIDEOS: 1 dead, 1 hospitalized after Little Rock shooting, police say

One person is dead and one is in the hospital after a shooting that stemmed from a possible robbery at a Little Rock apartment building Wednesday evening, police said.

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PHOTOS, VIDEOS: 1 dead, 1 hospitalized after Little Rock shooting, police say

One person is dead and one is in the hospital after a shooting that stemmed from a possible robbery at a Little Rock apartment building Wednesday evening, police said.

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