- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 11, 2017

KEENE, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire’s attorney general says a man has been wounded by two police officers who fired their guns during a confrontation in Keene.

Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said the shooting happened Monday afternoon after police responded to a home to assist a woman and child who were removing their belongings from it.

MacDonald said the man who was shot, identified as 28-year-old Patrick Letendre, was being treated for his injuries at a hospital. His condition weren’t immediately known.

No officers were hurt.

MacDonald said the shooting was being investigated by his office in conjunction with the State Police Major Crime Unit.

The officers have been placed on administrative leave. MacDonald said they weren’t wearing body cameras and there’s no known video of what happened.

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