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DEVELOPING STORY: Multiple agencies on the scene of Aiken County shooting

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Source: Mark Barber Source: Mark Barber
AIKEN, SC (WFXG) -

The Aiken Department of Public Safety and the Aiken County Sheriff's Office are on the scene of an officer involved shooting within the city limits of Aiken.

The call came into 911 just after 10am Thursday morning on Cherry Hills Drive.

When Aiken Public Safety officers and Aiken County deputies arrived on the scene they found an armed suspect and another person dead inside the home.

No officers were injured, but SLED has been called in to investigate. This is procedure anytime an officer is involved in a shooting.

FOX54 has a crew on the scene and will pass on any other information as it becomes available.

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