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Shooting at "Cheetah's" Strip Club Leaves One Dead

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A shooting early this morning in the parking lot of a Phoenix strip club's left one man dead and police scratching their heads.

Mark Curtis Hill, 38, was shot multiple times in the parking lot of Cheeta's strip club near 7th Street and Indian School Road.

A motive for the shooting is unknown, and no suspect is in custody. Witnesses to the shooting are reportedly not cooperating with police.

There's a surveillance camera in the area where Hill was shot, but it's unclear whether it captured video of the shooting.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Silent Witness at 1-800-WITNESS.

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