Don’t be surprised if you see increased police activity in Baltimore City’s Western District.
On Wednesday, officers will go door to door handing out flyers on North Fulton Avenue.
Last month, three people were killed in the neighborhood.
They were found dead in a second floor apartment.
Police will hand out the flyers as part of their ongoing investigation.
They are hoping people in the community can help them figure out what happened.
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