More details have been released about a police-involved shooting in Limerick, over the weekend, including that the deceased is a 16-year-old boy.

The State Medical Examiner's Office says Christopher Camacho died of a single gunshot wound. He was shot and killed by police, who were responding to a robbery in progress at the Dollar General Store in Limerick on Friday. York County Sheriff Bill King told WMTW-TV that Camacho engaged in an armed confrontation with Deputy Sheriff Robert Carr, after he allegedly threatened an employee at gunpoint.

Deputy Carr has been placed on paid administrative leave, pending the outcome of an investigation by the Attorney General's Office. This is standard procedure in any police-involved shooting.

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