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Updated: 9:07 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 | Posted: 6:24 a.m. Friday, Sept. 13, 2013

75-year-old woman fatally shot identified

Homicide detectives investigate Norwood Avenue shooting
NICK GRAHAM

Homicide detectives were called to the area of Norwood Avenue and Mound Street in Dayton, after a woman was found shot to death and laying on the sidewalk Friday, September 13, 2013.

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Norwood Avenue shooting photo
NICK GRAHAM

Dayton Police are investigating a shooting that has reportedly killed a woman on Norwood Avenue.

Norwood Avenue Homicide Vehicle photo

Dayton police want information on this newer model Chevy car recorded by surveillance cameras near Mound and Germantown Streets. Contact Dayton police at 333-COPS if you have any information regarding the vehicle or the shooting.

By Breaking News Staff

DAYTON —

A 75-year-old woman shot and killed early Friday morning while walking near a RTA bus stop in Dayton has been identified.

Take Gangloff, 75, of Dayton was the woman found by Dayton police early Friday morning, the Montgomery County Coroner confirmed.

Late Friday afternoon Dayton police released a photograph of a newer model Chevy vehicle that was in the area near the time of the shooting. The vehicle was recorded by a surveillance camera in the area of Mound Street and Germantown Street. Police want to question anyone who has information about the vehicle in the photo or anyone who may have information regarding the deadly shooting.

Police responded to Norwood Avenue near Mound Street shortly before 6 a.m. after a RTA bus driver saw a woman down, got out and felt her face to find she was cold to the touch, police said.

Police secured the scene and homicide detectives were called. Sgt. Creigee Coleman said it appears the victim was shot once.

It appears Gangloff was going to work, as the bus driver told police the victim gets on the RTA bus at a nearby stop every day.

Police said there are no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is asked to call Dayton police at (937) 333-2677.

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