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Crime Fairfield man, 55, shot to death on Thanksgiving

22:00  02 december  2019
22:00  02 december  2019 Source:   thedailyjournal.com

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FAIRFIELD – A 55-year-old Fairfield Township man was shot to death in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day, the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office confirmed on Monday.

a group of people around each other: Fairfield resident Frank Najee-Ullah, seen here holding his granddaughter, was fatally shot at his home early Thanksgiving Day.© Submitted by family Fairfield resident Frank Najee-Ullah, seen here holding his granddaughter, was fatally shot at his home early Thanksgiving Day.

The victim is identified as Frank Najee-Ullah of 1188 Buckshutem Road, where New Jersey State Police say the shooting took place.

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Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said state police from Bridgeton responded at 2:55 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 28 to a call for a shooting victim.

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Webb-McRae said Najeeh-Ullah was found to have been shot several times. He was taken to an Inspira health Network hospital, where he died.

The state police Major Crimes Unit and county detectives are conducting the investigation, according to the prosecutor.

Anyone wishing to share information anonymously may do so in one of three ways: By downloading the CCPOTIP App at the Android or iPhone store and choosing the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office; or, by submitting an anonymous tip via text to 847411 with CCPOTIP and your tip in the message line; or, by going to the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office Facebook page or webpage (njccpo.org) and submitting a tip to the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office.

Joe Smith is a Philly native transplanted to South Jersey more than 30 years ago. He is a former editor and current senior staff writer at The Daily Journal in Vineland. Have a news tip? Reach out at (856) 563-5252 or jsmith@thedailyjournal.com or follow me on Twitter, @jpsmith-dj. Help support local journalism with a subscription to The Daily Journal.

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