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Man Found Shot to Death Near Chantry Flats Campsite

near Chantry Flat, photo by John Wood via LAist Featured Photo Flickr Pool.
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Homicide detectives are seeking clues in the shooting death of a man at Chantry Flats Campground in Angeles National Forest north of Arcadia Thursday night. A passerby reported seeing a wounded man collapsed on the road to authorities around 5:40 p.m. The man transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.

The campground, located north of Arcadia off Forest Route 2N40 was closed pending further investigation by the Sheriff's Department Homicide Bureau. The victim has yet to be identified.

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