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2 fatally shot on the Fourth of July in Inkster

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INKSTER, Mich. (WJBK) -

21-year-old Brian Walker was murdered on the Fourth of July behind the Fast Frank Party Store in Inkster. He was in a car when a man walked up and shot him in the head.

Bullets also struck a nearby home and shattered the passenger side window of a vehicle belonging to the woman that lives there.

Meanwhile, just two hours after Walker's murder, another man was found dead and a woman wounded at a complex near Hickory and Pine. Both had been shot.

At this point, Inkster police say the murders don't appear to be connected and there are no suspects.

Anyone with information about these shootings should contact Inkster police.

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