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CD1 (Zendejas) Shooting Pacific Ave./10th St; Bldg Struck By Gunfire, Casings Found, No Persons Appear Hit

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(June 1, 2021, 9:15 a.m.) -- The downtown Long Beach business corridor and neighborhood less than a mile north of LB's new Civic Center and "Billie Jean King" library saw and heard police activity last night (May 31) from a shooting in the area of 10th St/Pacific Ave. (CD 1/Zendejas.) A building was struck by gunfire and casings were found but no person(s) appear to have been hit.

LBPD Public Information Officer Allison Gallagher tells LBREPORT.com that on May 31 at about 10:22 p.m., officers responded to the area of 10th Street and Pacific Avenue regarding a shots call. "Upon arrival, officers located evidence, including casings and a building that was struck by gunfire. Officers were unable to locate a victim or suspect(s). Suspect information and motive is unknown. The investigation is ongoing."










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