3 Women Killed While Trying to Flee Home Invasion

The deaths are believed to bring St. Louis homicide total to a 21-year high
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Dec 22, 2017 5:07 PM CST
3 Women Killed While Trying to Flee Home Invasion
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Authorities say three women were shot to death as they tried to escape when burglars broke into their St. Louis home, the AP reports. St. Louis Police Maj. John Hayden says the shooting happened early Friday on the city's north side. Police said the victims were 25-year-old Reeba Moore, and Dominique Lewis and Chanice White, who were both 24. The women were able to get out of the house but were shot inside a car. A man inside the home escaped. Police received a call about gunfire just two minutes after a burglary in progress was reported. Hayden says multiple shell casings from different caliber weapons were found at the scene. The deaths are expected to bring the city's homicide total to 203 for the year, a 21-year high. (Read more burglary stories.)

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