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A look inside Andrew Baryluk's Stella Avenue home

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Photos from the interior and exterior of 512 Stella Ave., where Andrew Baryluk died after a 17-hour standoff with Winnipeg police.

  • Shattered glass lines the outside stairs of 512 Stella Avenue, the home where Andrew Baryluk died during an armed standoff with the police.

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    Shattered glass lines the outside stairs of 512 Stella Avenue, the home where Andrew Baryluk died during an armed standoff with the police.

  • The front door of the Stella Ave. house.

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    The front door of the Stella Ave. house.

  • The interior of 512 Stella Avenue.

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    The interior of 512 Stella Avenue.

  • The interior of 512 Stella Avenue.

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    The interior of 512 Stella Avenue.

  • Holes in the wall are marked for police investigation.

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    Holes in the wall are marked for police investigation.

  • The interior of the Stella Ave. house.

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    The interior of the Stella Ave. house.

  • The interior of the Stella Ave. house.

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    The interior of the Stella Ave. house.

  • Kitchen of the 512 Stella Ave. home.

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    Kitchen of the 512 Stella Ave. home.

  • The interior of the house on Stella Avenue.

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    The interior of the house on Stella Avenue.

  • Broken windows on the exterior of 512 Stella Ave.

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    Broken windows on the exterior of 512 Stella Ave.

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