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Man found dead in Gwent shooting Neighbour is killed in shooting
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One man has died and two others have been left injured after a shooting incident in Abergavenny, south Wales. Police are investigating shootings in a Monmouthshire village that left one man dead and two teenage brothers wounded.
Gwent Police were called to an address in the village of Govilon on Sunday afternoon and found two men with shotgun wounds to their legs. Gwent Police said they were called to an address at Govilon, Abergavenny, south Wales at around 1445 BST.
A third man, said to be in his fifties, was found dead in a nearby field. Two men aged 17 and 20 were found with shot gun wounds to the legs. A third man, said to be in his 50s, was found dead in nearby field.
Officers say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident. The two injured men are being treated at Nevil Hall Hospital. Local people said the neighbours had had a dispute.
The body of Mr Fallon, said to be in his 50s, was found in a nearby field. A shotgun was found near his body.
He was said to have lived in his house for five years.
People living nearby said there had been a dispute between the neighbours.
Villager John Preece said: "There were these two tremendous bangs and we all ran outside, and ran up the road to look in the garden two doors up from myself.
"There was this boy screaming 'help me, help me, help me, he shot me'."
The two brothers were taken to Nevill Hall Hospital in Abergavenny, but their injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
Detectives said they were not currently looking for anyone else.