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Woman shot early Saturday morning in North Toledo

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Toledo Police are investigating an early morning shooting outside a Toledo strip club. It happened around 3:15 Saturday morning in the 700 block of Matzinger at the King of Diamonds Gentlemen's Club.

Police say an unknown suspect shot 26-year old Nicole Landrum. Detectives tell us Landrum was sitting in a car when she was shot. Someone then drove her to the hospital. Our media partner The Blade reports Landrum is in critical condition.

Toledo Police say this shooting initially started out as a disturbance inside the club which spilled outside. This is the second time within a month that shots were fired at the King of Diamonds in North Toledo.

Three weeks ago on February 8th, officers say shots were fired inside but no one was hurt.

Police are still searching for a suspect in this latest shooting.

If you have any information, call Crimestopper 419-255-1111.

 

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