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Berkeley individual shot near Berkeley Bowl grocery store

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On Saturday, a city resident was shot near Berkeley Bowl.

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Executive News Editor

MARCH 27, 2022

A resident was shot near Ninth Street and Heinz Avenue in front of Berkeley Bowl shoppers at around 2:50 p.m. Saturday, according to Berkeley Police Department Lt. Chris Bonaventure.

Bonaventure said the individual maintained non-life-threatening injuries and that the suspect is still at large.

Check back for updates.

Matt Brown is a deputy news editor. Contact him at [email protected], and follow him on Twitter at @maattttbrown.
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MARCH 27, 2022


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