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Second person sought in shooting of Baltimore officer
Police are searching for a second person, believed to be a woman, in the Thursday shooting of a plainclothes city police officer that apparently occurred during a robbery attempt, a state's attorney's official said yesterday
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(left) This is an undated handout photo provided by the Baltimore Police of officer Dante N. Hemingway of the organized crime division. (AP Photo/Baltimore Police)
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