A 17-year-old Connecticut girl died of a gunshot wound Tuesday, three days after she and three others were shot during a suspected robbery attempt at a Hartford apartment, police said.
Alondra Vega-Martinez, who lived in the apartment, was the second person killed in the shooting, police Lt. Aaron Boisort said in a statement.
One man, Joseph Vargas Mercado of Philadelphia, was killed in the shootout. A second resident of the apartment was in critical but stable condition at the hospital, police said.
Connecticut shooting: 1 dead, 3 in critical condition, 17 including girl
Investigators believe the robbery suspects and someone inside the apartment exchanged gunfire Saturday afternoon, Boisvert said. A large but undisclosed amount of money, a cash counting machine and a firearm with an obliterated serial number were recovered from the home, police said.
Another Philadelphia man, Carlos Frank-Neves, was also shot and released from a hospital Monday in police custody, authorities said. He is expected to be arraigned Tuesday on attempted murder, home invasion and other charges.
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Court records were not immediately available to determine whether Frank-Neves had an attorney available to comment on his behalf.