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UPDATE: Tucson police release name of victim in south-side homicide

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson police are investigating the homicide that happened early Monday morning, Aug. 21, in the 4400 block of East 28th Street. 

Officers from Operations Division Midtown responded to a call from the Tucson Fire Department to assist with a victim that had been shot. 

According to a TPD news release, officers found 33-year-old Greg Ridgley with apparent gunshot wounds inside the home on 28th Street. The officers rendered aid and called paramedics.

Ridgley was transported to Banner University Medical Center for treatment of life-threatening injuries. According to TPD, he died from those injuries shortly after arriving at the hospital. 

TPD Homicide Unit detectives learned that several individuals entered the home and one of them was armed with a gun. At some point, Ridgley was shot and the suspects fled the area.  

According to TPD, this does not appear to be a random act.  

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 88-CRIME, they can remain anonymous. 

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