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updated: 6/13/2014 5:00 PM

Six being questioned in Aurora shooting

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Aurora police were questioning five men and one woman Friday about an early morning shooting that injured a 43-year-old woman at her home on the city's near east side.

Police said the woman was struck once in the neck as several shots flew through her home's bathroom window just before 3:20 a.m. in the 200 block of North Fourth Street.

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The woman was being treated for life-threating injuries after being flown to a suburban hospital.

Police spokesman Dan Ferrelli said the woman was home with her husband and three children at the time of the shooting. Police don't believe any of the family members are involved in criminal activities.

Police said two males were seen running south from the area after the shots were fired. Police dogs tracked the scent to a residence on the same block and a search warrant was executed at 11:40 a.m.

Just before police served the warrant, one of the six people being questioned fled the building and was arrested after a short foot chase. The other five were then taken into custody when the warrant was served. There were no injuries.

Those being questioned include four Aurora men ages 20, 32, 21 and 19, a 22-year-old man from Elgin and a 19-year-old female from Aurora.

Authorities are now investigating a motive but said they don't believe the shooting was random.

Anyone with information is asked to call (630) 256-5500 or Aurora Area Crime Stoppers at (630) 892-1000. Callers to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and qualify for a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to any arrests.

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