Three injured in separate overnight Denver shootings

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DENVER -- Police are investigating three shootings that happened in a two-hour span in Denver early Tuesday morning and said a white Ford Explorer might be connected to them.

A homeless man was shot just after 3 a.m. near Curtis Street and Park Avenue West, the Denver Police Department said. The man was shot four times and taken to a hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.

About 5 a.m., a victim was shot in the leg near 24th Street and Glenarm Place. The injuries were described by police as nonlife-threatening.

About 10 minutes later, police said a person was shot near East 36th Avenue and Forest Street. The victim was taken to Denver Health Medical Center with nonlife-threatening injuries..

Police did not release suspect descriptions in any of the shootings but issued an alert to be on the lookout for a white Ford Explorer that could have been involved in each shooting.


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