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Police Investigate Armed Robbery in Dover

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DOVER, Del.- The Dover Police Department are investigating a shooting involved robbery that happened in the area of North New Street and Division Street on late Sunday night.  

Police said a male victim told them he was confronted by an unknown black male who showed a black gun and demanded money. Authorities said the victim grabbed the gun and struggled with the suspect to try and take control of it.

Police said the suspect began firing numerous times and struck the victim in the right leg, causing injury.  The victim managed to get away into a nearby residence and contacted 911.  

According to officials, the suspect took off with money and the victim was transported to Kent general Hospital where he was treated and released for the leg wound.

Police said the victim has been uncooperative with police efforts in the investigation at this time.
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