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Indianapolis man dies after shootout at Cumberland convenience store

Police said there were nearly a dozen people inside the station, including children, when the shooting happened.

INDIANAPOLIS — A man was killed and two other people were injured Wednesday evening when gunfire erupted outside an east Indianapolis convenience store.

The Marion County Coroner's Office identified the dead man as 29-year-old Daeshua Lamont Reese of Indianapolis.

Cumberland Police told 13News there was "a shootout" around 7 p.m. between three people at a Speedway station at East 10th Street and North German Church Road

Police said four people were involved in a disturbance outside the station. Three were shot and taken to area hospitals. Reese did not survive.

One person was in police custody.

There were about 10 customers, including children, inside at the time of the shooting. 

Police recovered three guns. They don't know what preceded the shooting. 

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect that this shooting happened outside, not inside the store as previously reported, and that three people were shot, not two as originally reported.)

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