MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire attorney general’s office says a man who died in a weekend shooting in Manchester had kicked open an apartment door and was shot as he charged at the man who lives there. Police are still looking for a second intruder who was with him.

An autopsy conducted Monday found that 24-year-old Michael Larocque died of gunshot wounds to the arm and abdomen. The death was ruled a homicide.

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The attorney general’s office says a man living at the apartment called police early Sunday to report unknown people on his porch. Authorities say the door was then kicked open and two men rushed inside.

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The resident then fired several times, killing one of the intruders. He has not been identified or charged.

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