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Uninvolved teen girl injured in Durham drive-by shooting

These police cruiser models were under evaluation by the Durham Police Department in 2012.
These police cruiser models were under evaluation by the Durham Police Department in 2012. hlynch@newsobserver.com

A teenager was injured in a car at the Cookout restaurant on North Roxboro Street when gunfire between two other cars occurred, according to News & Observer news partner ABC11.

The unidentified teen girl was taken to a hospital after the shooting, which also damaged a fourth car in the parking lot of a nearby Captain D’s restaurant, ABC11 reported.

Her injuries were not said to be life-threatening, ABC11 reported. Police are investigating. Read more about this from ABC11 here.

The Durham County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in its investigation of a fatal shooting at the intersection of Denver Street and Old Oxford Highway in Durham.

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