Detroit Police ask for Help to Locate 4 Connected to East side Shooting [Video]

 

DETROIT, MI – The Detroit Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating three male Suspects and a Person of Interest wanted in connection with an non-fatal shooting that took place on the city’s east side.

On September 20, 2019 at approximately 3:50 p.m., in the 1200 block of E. 7 Mile Rd, a black Chrysler 200 pulled up to one of the gas pumps at the Valero Gas Station. According to video, a male suspect 1, accompanied by another male (Person of Interest) exited the vehicle and entered the location carrying a back pack.

Once inside, the Suspect 1 produced a weapon from his bag then exited. After exiting the store, two other males (Suspects 3 & 4) who were inside of the location produced handguns and began firing shots outside of the door. Suspect 1 returned fire as he fled then left the location in a black Chrysler 200, heading east on 7 mile. Suspects 2 & 3 fled the location in an unknown direction.

As a result of the shooting, a 34-year old male victim was struck as he waiting inside of a vehicle at a gas pump. The victim was conveyed to a local hospital and listed in stable condition.

Detroit Police needs assistance in locating the following:

Suspect 1 (Shooter) – Black male, dark brown complexion, medium build, 20’s, wearing a blue and old colored hat, white t-shirt, black plants, blue gym shoes, armed, dark colored backpack, passenger of a black Chrysler.

Person of Interest (Driver) – Black male, medium brown complexion, wearing black and white shirt with the word Jordan written on it, light colored pants, and black and white shoes, driver of a black Chrysler.

Suspect 2 (Shooter) – Black male, medium brown complexion, turquoise long sleeve shirt, blue faded ripped jeans, white gym shoes, short-braided hair, armed with a hand gun.

Suspect 3 (Shooter) – Black male, medium brown complexion, olive green t-shirt, black jeans, and white and orange gym shoes, armed with a hand gun.

If anyone recognizes these suspect or knows of their whereabouts, they are asked to contact Detroit Police Department at 313-596-1140, or CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

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