A man was shot and killed Sunday morning in a north Minneapolis home, authorities said.
The gunfire occurred in the 3800 block of Lyndale Avenue N., said police spokesman John Elder.
The man’s identity has yet to be released, and no arrests have been made, Elder said. The man is in his 30s, he said.
Other people were in the home when the shots were fired, but Elder stopped short of saying they witnessed the killing.
Severak gunshots were reported to authorities as coming from the upper unit of the multifamily building, according to emergency dispatch audio.
Officers were canvassing the area for evidence and anyone who might have information about the shooting.
Elder said that while police are “in the infancy of this investigation,” they do not believe that the shooting was a random act.
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