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Woman Dies After Being Shot at a Union Gap Theater

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UPDATE: UNION GAP, Wash. - Union Gap Police say the woman who was shot outside the Majestic Theater has died. Police say they are still looking for suspects in the shooting. Police have not released the woman's name.

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UNION GAP, Wash. --  Union Gap Police say one woman was shot tonight around 8:40pm in the parking lot of the Majestic Theatre on 14th Street. 

Police tell NBC Right Now they have no suspects in custody right now, but they are talking to multiple witnesses.

The woman was transported to a local hospital, but her condition is unknown as of Thursday night.

This story is developing, and we'll bring you more information as soon as it is available.

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