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A police officer left the investigation scene at Bourneside Street in Dorchester, where four young men (below) were killed Tuesday. Police sought a car that may yield clues to the murders.
EDWIN DUNCAN
JIHAD CHANKHOUR
JASON BASCHILLER
CHRISTOPHER VIEIRA

Dead mourned; hunt is launched

Killing of four in Dorchester jolts community

By Donovan Slack and Megan Tench
Globe Staff / December 15, 2005

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Police hunted last night for whoever carried out Boston's deadliest crime in a decade, as grief for four men killed in a amateur recording studio in Dorchester rippled through the local hip-hop community and reverberated as far away as Wakefield. (Full article: 1098 words)

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