Police have identified a western Pennsylvania couple shot in their home along with a third man, but say they still don't know who shot who or why.
New Castle police say a husband and wife who lived at the home, Shawntelle and Montral Johnson, were wounded along with another man identified only as Michael Foster.
The shootings were reported about 3 a.m. Friday.
Police expect the Johnsons to be released from St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio, later Friday, but say Foster was in critical condition with a neck wound and expected to remain hospitalized. Shawntelle Johnson's head was grazed by a bullet, while her husband was shot in his ankle and arm.
Police aren't commenting on reports that one of the couple's children claimed the home was being robbed.
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