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UPDATED: Rochester man shot multiple times as police attempted arrest
Rochester police block off a mobile home at 28 Periwinkle Drive where a shooting took place Monday afternoon. (JOHN QUINN PHOTO)
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office was called to assist in the investigation because the shooting involved law enforcement officers using potentially deadly force, said Benjamin J. Agati, an assistant attorney general.
The shooting happened around 3 p.m. at Sak's Mobile Home Park along Milton Road.
The probation/parole officers and the sheriff's deputy were not injured, according to the news release.
Strafford County Sheriff's deputies and the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit were also at the scene Monday night.
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