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Police Seeking Two People In Ruffalo Shooting

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    Police are seeking two people they want to question about the shooting of actor Mark Ruffalo’s brother.

    The Beverly Hills Police Department identified two people as “persons of interest” Thursday afternoon. Police say they want to question the pair, Brian Scofield and Shaha Mishaal Adham, as part of an attempted murder investigation.

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    They say Scofield is about 25 years old and Adham is about 27 years old. Both live in the Los Angeles area.

    A publicist for Mark Ruffalo confirmed on Wednesday that the actor’s 39-year-old brother was clinging to life after being shot in the head early Monday.

    Police say Scott Ruffalo remains in critical condition. A possible motive has not been released.

    Mark Ruffalo’s spokeswoman had no comment on the information released by police.