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Police Identify Suspect in Dorchester County Shooting

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CAMBRIDGE, Md. – Police have identified 18-year-old Sean DeMichaels Jenkins as a suspect in a shooting that injured a 14-year-old girl Tuesday in Dorchester County.

Officers responded to the shooting Jan. 15 just before 10 p.m. and say three masked men forced their way into a home on Douglas Street in Cambridge.  Police say the suspects chased the 14-year-old to the second floor of the house, where Jenkins then shot her twice in the back.

Jenkins is being charged with three counts of attempted murder and other weapons offenses. And police say he may be armed.  They warn to use caution if approached.

If you have any information about Sean Jenkins, you're asked to call Cambridge Police at (410) 228-3333 Extension  1217.

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