Police investigating deadly shooting of man outside West Philadelphia convenience store: police
WEST PHILADELPHIA - A man was shot multiple times and killed on a West Philadelphia street, outside of a convenience store and police are searching for a suspect.
Officials say the shooting happened Saturday night, just after 8:30 p.m., near the intersection of North 52nd and Haverford Avenue, in West Philadelphia.
16th District officers arrived to find the victim, a 26-year-old man, shot numerous times in the back outside a convenience store.
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Police rushed the man, identified as Ronald Wimberly, to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center where he died.
Police are actively searching for the shooter and say no arrests have been made.
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