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Aurora Police investigate fatal shooting near East 6th Avenue, I-225

A woman, who had been shot, was found lying in the grass and was declared deceased on scene, according to police.

AURORA, Colo. — The Aurora Police Department (APD) said it was investigating a fatal shooting Monday in the Chambers Heights neighborhood.

Officers responded about 11:20 a.m. Monday to the shooting at 695 N. Dillon Way, police said. That's north of East 6th Avenue and east of Interstate 225. 

They found a woman lying in the grass, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound, APD said. She was declared deceased on scene.

The Arapahoe County Coroner's Office identified the victim as Seteria Nicole Black, 30, and the manner of death was ruled to be homicide.

There was no information available on a suspect description, APD said.

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