Phoenix Police at Home Connected to Shooting

PHOENIX (AP) -- Phoenix police are at a home connected to the scene of an office complex shooting.

Phoenix police Sgt. Steve Martos says police are talking to someone at the home who is not the suspect.

Martos says the home is connected to the shooting that wounded three people but won't say who lives there. A SWAT team has surrounded the house.

The home is more than 7 miles north of the shooting scene.
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Police say a gunman who shot three people at a Phoenix office building got into a dispute with someone at the building.

Sgt. Tommy Thompson says the dispute escalated to the point where the man pulled out a gun and shot three people.

Thompson did not know what kind of gun was used.
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Phoenix police say three people have been shot at an office complex. Their conditions are unknown and there is no suspect in custody.

Officer James Holmes says the victims were taken to hospitals. He didn't know if their injuries are life threatening.

Holmes says police so far believe there was only one shooter but don't know his whereabouts.

He says police were given conflicting information about the suspect leaving the scene.


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