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DETROIT – Detroit police say they have few leads in their investigation of a shooting at a block party that left one man dead and nine people wounded.
Police say someone opened fire about 8:30 p.m. Saturday at a children's party on a basketball court on the city's west side. No children were injured.
Assistant Police Chief Steve Dolunt says about 400 people attended the party. Police haven't identified the 20-year-old man who died.
Dolunt says that six men and three women ages 21 to 46 were wounded. Police say a 46-year-old man was critically injured.
Dolunt told radio station WWJ-AM on Sunday that police "don't have much" to go on, calling it "very disheartening."
Police Chief James Craig says officers will canvass the neighborhood Sunday in search of leads.