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Police identify victim in Walnut Hills shooting

Police investigate shooting that left one person dead in Walnut Hills. Police investigate shooting that left one person dead in Walnut Hills.
Homicide detectives on the scene of the shooting on Ashland Avenue. Homicide detectives on the scene of the shooting on Ashland Avenue.
Junais Ross provided photo. Junais Ross provided photo.
WALNUT HILLS, OH ( FOX19) -

Police are investigating a shooting overnight in Walnut Hills that left one person dead.

One man was found dead behind a white SUV in the 2800 block of Ashland Avenue just after 1 a.m. Police have identified him as 23-year-old Junais Ross.

It is unknown at this time if there is a suspect in the case.

If you know anything about this crime you are asked to call Crimestoppers at 352-3040.

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