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Police: Man shot dead in car; 3 suspects spotted fleeing outside Southwest Philly apartments

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PHILADELPHIA - Three suspects are being sought after a man was found shot and killed inside a car in Southwest Philadelphia early Saturday morning.The 38-year-old man was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in the driver's seat when police arrived to the 7700 block of Lindbergh Avenue around 2:30 a.m.He was pronounced dead at the scene, which was directly outside the International City Apartments.MORE HEADLINES:Police say three male suspected were seen fleeing the area in a gray Jeep Liberty after the shooting.A car with several bullet holes, and a blown out driver's side window was being investigated by police.

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