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Kansas City police looking for suspects involved in gas station shootings

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Kansas City, Missouri police are looking for gunmen who fired high-powered weapons at patrons of at least three gas stations around the city.  There were no injuries in the shootings, which happened around 10 p.m. Saturday.  Police don't believe any of the businesses had been robbed.

Shots were fired at service stations on Truman Road and the Paseo, 27th Street and Brooklyn Avenue, and near Gregory Boulevard and U.S. 71, all on the city's east side.

Police say they had no description of the gunmen and did not know how they were traveling between stations.
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