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A Missouri officer shot while responding to a call in North St. Louis County has died and a suspect is in custody, according to police.
Officer Michael Langsdorf, who had been with the North County Police Cooperative for three months, was responding to a bad check report at a business, the department’s chief, John Buchannan, told reporters on Sunday.
Langsdorf, 40, was shot by the person trying to cash the bad check, police said. He did not identify the suspect.
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Buchannan spoke with reporters outside a St. Louis hospital where Langsdorf had been taken after the shooting. Buchannan said a gun was recovered from the scene.
Langsdorf had 17 years of prior police experience, according to a post on the North County Police Cooperative’s Facebook page.