PHOENIX - Police say a woman was shot during a robbery at a north Phoenix home, and the suspects are still loose.
Just after midnight, police told ABC15 the woman was dropped off at a hospital by her boyfriend who left.
They were eventually led to the home near 23rd Avenue and Greenway, where they believe the robbery and shooting took place, police said.
Police reported they were told the woman was selling dolls to two unknown men when she was shot.
Police have little detail on the suspects and are investigating.
Neighbors in the neighborhood knew little of what happened.
There was mixed response on whether there were previous problems at the home that might have led to crime.
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