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A police officer took notes yesterday as he investigated a sawed-off shotgun that was recovered at the front entrance to a mall on Warren Street.

For one month, the killings quieted

Since Aug. 1, there have been no homicides in Boston; officials hail numerous tactics

By Suzanne Smalley
Globe Staff / August 29, 2006

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After five shooting deaths in one week in late July, Mayor Thomas M. Menino and top police officials pleaded for the public's help and said they hoped that more summer jobs for youths and more officers on the streets would make a difference. (Full article: 743 words)

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