Police raid Northland home in connection to mother-daughter shooting

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police raided a Northland home on Friday night, reportedly in connection to the shooting of a woman and her teenage daughter.

KCPD raid on home in connection to mother-daughter shooting.

KCPD raid on home in connection to mother-daughter shooting.

At least 20 police officers, including SWAT units, raided the home in the 10300 block of North Virginia around 8:00 p.m. on Friday night.

Authorities say that investigators had visited the home on Wednesday and had developed enough information to come back with a search warrant and continue the investigation there in connection to the shooting of Michelle Class and her 14-year-old daughter Reagan Class.

The two were shot at a nearby home last Tuesday morning. The suspect in that shooting is still at large. Class and her daughter were seriously injured in the shooting, and are still hospitalized in serious condition.

Police on Friday night put 12 teens in the home in handcuffs on the driveway during the raid on the home, which neighbors described to FOX 4 as a "trouble" house in the community. There is no word yet on any arrests in connection to Friday night's raid, but police were seen removing several items from the home.

FOX 4 will have more on this developing story as details become available.

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