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Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff
Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis, right, and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino held a press conference Monday after two separate shootings Sunday.
Police say they are looking for this white SUV seen speeding away from Harlem Street in Dorchester shortly after a shooting Sunday night.
Milton Roye, who has lived on Harlem Street since1958, said that the violence in the area had become an unprecedented intrusion into a generally quiet neighborhood.
Police investigators continued to interview residents of Harlem Street the day after the quadruple shooting and a triple homicide.
John Blanding/Globe Staff
Police and other officials investigated the scene where four females were shot while they sat in a parked vehicle on Harlem Street in Dorchester Sunday night.
Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis told reporters on Harlem Street on Sunday night that the department’s investigation was “very early in the process.”
Cheryl Fiandaca, spokeswoman for the Boston Police Department, said she could not say anything about the ages of the victims on Harlem Street or about the suspect.
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