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Police investigating 3 shootings in Hartford

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A  man was shot on Marshall Street in Hartford early Tuesday morning. (WFSB) A man was shot on Marshall Street in Hartford early Tuesday morning. (WFSB)

Police are investigating three separate shootings in Hartford that happened late Monday night and into early Tuesday night. 

A man was shot at 149 Barbour St. just before 11 p.m. The man suffered a gunshot wound from his ear lobe down to the neck. Police said he was also pistol-whipped. The unidentified man was taken to a nearby hospital where he is in stable condition.

Police located a shell casing on Barbour Street. The shot spotter showed one round at 149 Barbour St. 

This shooting is under investigation by the Hartford Police Department Shooting Task Force. 

The second shooting occurred on K & F convenience store, which is located at 477 Wethersfield Ave., around 12:15 a.m. Police said a 29-year-old man was shot in the elbow and abdomen after closing a store.

While hanging with some friends after the store closure, police said two men approached the group of friends. The men asked if the store was open, but the victim said it was closed.

The suspects continued walking north on Wethersfield Avenue. Shortly thereafter, they turned around, returned to the group and ordered them not to move. One man produced a handgun and began to fire at victim.

Suspects were last seen running southbound on Wethersfield Avenue and westbound onto Adelaide Street. Witnesses reported that the suspects fled in a black midsize sedan, which was parked in the driveway of 911 Adelaide St. 

The victim was rushed into surgery and police said he is listed in guarded, but stable condition.

The third shooting took place in the area of 10 Marshall St. around 1 a.m. A 42-year-old man, who was name was not released by police, was shot in the face.  

This man was rushed to Saint Francis Hospital where police said he was rushed into surgery. He was currently listed critical/unstable condition. 

Shot Spotter activation was at 316 Farmington Ave. 

There is no word on arrests in any of the shootings. Anyone with information about the shootings is asked to contact the Hartford Police Department at 860-757-4000 or by clicking here. 

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