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KARK reports third homicide in 24 hours

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A 25-year-old fatally shot at 14 Baltimore St. marks the third homicide Little Rock has seen in 24 hours, KARK reports. The first victim was Junius Pitts, Jr., 19 — shot in the 5400 block of Asher shortly after midnight. Eunice Lopez, 27, was shot in the 8400 block of Keats Dr. at around 10 a.m. Lopez was reportedly holding her child at the time of the shooting.

Little Rock police have identified Kevin Williams and Ramale Collier as suspects in the death of Lopez. The suspects have been seen in a "Champagne colored" 4-door Lexus. LRPD note that they "should be considered armed and dangerous."

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