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Police Identify Suspect In Chester Double Shooting That Injured Elderly Woman

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CHESTER, Pa. -

Police in Chester have released the identity of the suspect they believe was involved in a double shooting Wednesday that injured an elderly woman and killed a man.

During a Thursday evening news conference, police said they were looking for Naim Williams. According to investigators, the suspect has a long criminal history that includes drug trafficking, aggravated assault and robbery.

Police say Williams should be considered dangerous.

The shooting happened Wednesday in the area of 21st and Crozer. The elderly woman, 82, was inside of her home at the time when she was shot in the neck. The woman underwent surgery and was listed in stable condition, her family told FOX 29.

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