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Intruder shot, killed in Raleigh apartment

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

Raleigh police said one person is dead following a shooting at the Wolf Creek apartment complex early Saturday.

A resident of the complex, Vincent Reed Bellamy, 23, was confronted by an armed intruder inside his apartment, police said.

Bellamy, who also was armed, shot the intruder, identified by Raleigh police as Trevor Anders Herne.

Police said Herne was declared deceased at the scene.

No charges have been filed, according to police.

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