Twin Brothers involved in Gas Station Shooting on Detroit’s West side [Video]

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DETROIT, MI – Twin brothers were involved in a shooting at a gas station on Detroit’s west side on Tuesday December 19th, 2017 and Detroit police are trying to find one of the two that they have not yet arrested.

Detroit police are searching for Terry Outsey who is wanted in a gas station shooting on the city’s west side.

Police say two men, 32-year-old twins, pulled up to an Exxon Mobil gas station in the 21500 block of Fenkell Avenue, near Lahser on Tuesday,  just after 11 p.m.

One of the brothers got out of the car, a gray Grand Marquis, and made eye contact with the victim – who was at the gas pump with family members. The suspect went into the gas station, came out, drove away but returned.

That’s when Terry and Gary Outsey got out of their car and started shooting at the victim before running away.

The victim was struck by bullets.  He is reported to be in stable condition.

Police captured Gary Outsey on Friday in the area of Greenfield Road and the I-96 service drive. The Grand Marquis that they drove to the gas station in was also recovered.

Detroit Police are still searching for Terry Outsey.

Anyone with information is asked to call police or CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-SPEAK- UP.

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