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Unidentified Man, Bayou Body Count No. 43

The Houston police department has let it be known that two anonymous men have been shot. One of the anonymous men was killed, while the other nameless man was only injured.

The anonymous victims were standing outside an apartment building at 1323 Witte in west Houston on Saturday night when they began arguing with a pair of unknown men, police say. At some point, the strangers left, but police say they later returned, this time with pistols.

Police say one of the unknown men fired several shots, killing one of the anonymous victims and popping the other in the arm. The two unknown men then ran.

Anyone with information about this case can call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.


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