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    Police Investigating After Ambulance Crew Shot at Last Month
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    Police in New Hampshire are looking for a person who shot at an ambulance crew last month.

    Jaffrey police announced Tuesday that on Sunday, April 8, an ambulance crew was returning to the Jaffrey-Rindge Memorial Ambulance facility on Main Street early in the morning, when paramedics noticed a red Ford pickup truck drive by the building, and then heard the sound of a gunshot.

    Investigators ultimately found evidence of a single gunshot being fired at the building. No one was hurt in the incident.

    Police said the incident hasn't been repeated, and there's no indication the public is in danger.

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    Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call Jaffrey Police Det. Christopher Anderson at 603-532-7865.

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