1 Dead in Miami Shooting: Police

The shooting happened at Northwest 13th Avenue and 58th Street

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    A man in his late 20s died after he was shot while riding his bicycle at Northwest 13th Avenue and 58th Street on Tuesday, Miami Police said. Police spokeswoman Officer Kenia Reyes discussed the case. (Published Tuesday, Jun 11, 2013)

    A man in his late 20s died after he was apparently shot multiple times while riding his bicycle at Northwest 13th Avenue and 58th Street on Tuesday, Miami Police said.

    The unidentified victim, who was shot in the face, went to a nearby home for help, police said.

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    Officers responded to the scene at about 8:40 p.m. after several 911 calls were made, police said.

    “At this point we need the community’s input as to what actually took place. We don’t have a motive, we have very little information, and the male that was shot and killed had no identification on him,” Miami Police spokeswoman Officer Kenia Reyes said.

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    Authorities ask anyone with information on the case to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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