Nashua, NH officer-involved shooting causes non-life-threatening injuries

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March 23, 2014, 7:03 am
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(NECN: Mike Cronin, Nashua, N.H.) – A Nashua, New Hampshire Police Officer was involved in a shooting at the Knightsbridge Arms Condominiums on Saturday night.

The officer became involved in an altercation with the suspect during an investigation, resulting in him discharging his weapon and striking the suspect.

Both the suspect and the officer sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

It is unclear if the officer was on duty.

Authorities have not released further information about the suspect or what specifically led to the altercation and shooting.

Neighbors say they are surprised by the incident. They describe the apartment complex as a quiet area.

The investigation is ongoing.

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