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Death of white male on 3000 block of South Hobart Way suspicious, investigation underway

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Today, we've already published not one but two posts about local homicides -- and while a death on the 3000 block of South Hobart Way hasn't officially received this designation, Denver Police call it suspicious. The Denver coroner's office describes the victim as a white male, but no ID has been issued to date. Look below to see the DPD release and an interactive graphic near the scene; if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map."

Denver Police Department release:

Denver Police Investigate Suspicious Death

Denver Police are investigating a shooting in Southwest Denver on Thursday night, November 11, 2010, that left one man dead.

Officers were sent to 3070 South Hobart Way at approximately 8:05pm on a report of a shooting. When they arrived on scene they located the body of a deceased male victim inside the residence. Investigators have determined this death to be suspicious in nature.

Additional information will be released pending further investigation. The identity of the victim will be released by the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner.

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More from our Mile High Murder archive: "Michael Pinkus murder: See mug shots, get details about 3 men busted in his killing (26)."

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