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Police: Slain eastern Pa. man has 2 identities

September 22, 2013
Associated Press

READING, Pa. (AP) — Some crimes are considered whodunits. But police in one eastern Pennsylvania city are trying to figure out not only who shot a man, but which of the victim's two identities is correct.

The Reading Eagle (http://bit.ly/16qJrNp ) reports that Reading police don't know if the man shot Friday night is 30-year-old Galdino Pablo Aquilar, or 28-year-old Juan Pablo Orihuela-Alvarado.

Police say fingerprints taken by the Berks County coroner's office identified the victim as Aquilar, but they say a foreign identification card listed the other identity.

Results from an autopsy Saturday were still pending.

Police have a suspect in the shooting, but have not released a name or description.

The killing is the ninth this year in Berks County, all in Reading.

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Information from: Reading Eagle, http://www.readingeagle.com/

 
 

 

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