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Continued investigation after man was found dead in apartment basement

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ST. LOUIS – An investigation continues after a man was found dead in the basement of an apartment building near The Hill neighborhood on Wednesday morning.

Just before 6 a.m., police responded to reports of a shooting at the intersection of Dalton Avenue and Reber Square. Officers rushed to an apartment complex in the Southwest Gardens neighborhood, where they found a man who had been shot twice in the head.

Police found the man in the apartment’s common room in the basement. The two apartment buildings are located above the interconnected basement.

It is unclear whether the man lives in the building or knows the residents.

“I’ve had a lot of people asking if I’m okay, it’s like being so close,” said neighbor Jen Nadler, “and I know a lot of people involved live in that area, make sure they’re okay, I’ve got it right. keep an eye on them.”

Many neighbors are concerned about the building, saying they have discovered drug use.

“It’s a pretty quiet neighborhood and there’s usually just a little bit of something suspicious going on around the corner,” resident Christopher said.

This latest incident has cost some people hundreds to increase security.

“Someone knows something,” said neighbor James Stewart. “I got the doorbell camera because I was worried about it myself and I wanted to make sure there was some kind of documentation if someone came in.”

Police have yet to release the identity of the victim.

Nadler said she hopes justice is found.

No suspects have been raised, but many questions remain.

“Hey, anyone who can do this job and run away without anyone seeing the license plate or who’s coming or going, people better be scared,” Stewart said.

The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is urged to call the police.

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Huynh Nguyen

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