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Radford Drive Homicide Investigation Underway In Buncombe Co.

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Buncombe County authorities are conducting a homicide investigation after a man's body was found at a home. Buncombe County authorities are conducting a homicide investigation after a man's body was found at a home.
Buncombe County authorities are conducting a homicide investigation after a man's body was found at a home.

Buncombe County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Natalie Bailey said that deputies responded to a call early Wednesday night to a home at 22 Radford Drive in Asheville. When they arrived, they found an unidentified white male dead from an apparent gunshot wound.

The victim has been identified as 54-year-old Timothy Keith Radford.

If you have any information that may help investigators, call 828-255-5050.
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