BANGOR, Maine — One man is dead and another wounded after a shooting at a Center Street duplex early Friday morning, according to city police.

Police went to 201 Center St. at 3:30 a.m., according to Bangor police Sgt. Tim Cotton.

Cotton did not disclose the identities of those involved.

“The investigation is continuing, and the criminal investigation division is on scene and will be doing interviews until this gets taken care of,” Cotton said.

Cotton said nobody is in custody and added there is no danger to the public.

Police remained on scene throughout the day Friday. Cotton expected the building would be secured throughout the weekend, as investigators may need more time and better lighting in order to complete the investigation.

The body had not yet been removed from the house as of Friday afternoon, he said, adding that the medical examiner would be investigating. An autopsy is scheduled for Sunday.

Crime scene investigators, after working throughout the morning inside the building, placed evidence markers on the porch and stairs leading up to the apartment and took photographs of the area in the afternoon.

A small section of Center Street was cordoned off to traffic shortly after police arrived until about 5 p.m. Friday.

Several neighbors reported hearing sirens early in the morning, but said that’s not unusual with St. Joseph Hospital just up the road.

BDN reporter Nick McCrea contributed to this report.

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