Cincinnati Enquirer: Man shot in apparent break-in

A Golf Manor man was shot and killed Friday morning after he and another man apparently tried to break into a Walnut Hills townhouse, Cincinnati police said.

Michael Harris, 22, was pronounced dead at the scene.

"The shooting may have been the result of an attempted home invasion robbery where the occupant ... was defending himself," Cincinnati Police Lt. Kurt Byrd said. No charges have been filed.

Mr. Harris was found inside the townhome, Lt. Byrd said. He was armed with a weapon , which was recovered. Police would not say what kind of weapon it was.

The occupant of the residence was identified as Corey Simley, 29.

"He was defending himself," Lt. Byrd said. "He gave an indication that they apparently forced their way into his residence as he was leaving."

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