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* Man Killed in Interrupted Burglary in Vacant Home in Antioch

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An Antioch homeowner who shot and killed a man in one of his vacant properties today may have interrupted a burglary, police said this evening.  Police were called to the home on the 200 block of West 17th  Street at around 2:45 p.m. today, according to Sgt. Steve Bias.  The homeowner was found in the home with the dead man.

Bias said it appears the man interrupted a burglar in the home, and shot him after he was threatened.  The home has been burglarized several times, and at the time of  the shooting it appeared that copper piping and wires were being removed from the home, according to police. The homeowner has not been placed under arrest and is cooperating fully with the investigation, Bias said.

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