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Officer Tim Moses, home-invasion robbery

Dick Haugen / The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Police reported that a home invasion about 2 a.m. March 30 led to the shooting of one of two invaders by a resident trying to protect himself. The injured suspect underwent surgery at a Spokane hospital for injuries from two handgun wounds, police said, while another suspect ran and remains at large.

Tags: home invasions, south hill, Spokane Police Department

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