Manhunt underway for suspect who killed 3 in ‘random’ US shooting, Detroit

 

A manhunt is underway for the suspect who killed 3 people in a shooting

Three of the victims died and one survived, police told local media. (Representative)

Washington:

Police in the US city of Detroit launched a manhunt on Sunday for a suspect suspected of shooting four people “randomly”, killing three of them, authorities said.

Midwestern City Police Chief James White told media that the first three victims – two women and a man – were found shot multiple times in different locations around the city in the early hours of the morning .

A fourth man spotted the suspect peering out the car windows and told him to pull over, White said. The suspect shot him once.

Three of the victims died and one survived, police told local media. Photographs of the suspect have been made public, with authorities urging anyone who recognizes him to call police.

The shots look “very random,” White said at a news conference.

“One was waiting on a bus, the other was walking his dog and the other was just on the street,” he said.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan told reporters that officers from “several agencies” were “travelling several square miles at this time, waiting for the individual to resurface.”

“This individual has already shot four people today,” he said, calling on anyone who might know the suspect to come forward.

The shootings weren’t the only incident of deadly gun violence in the United States on Sunday.

Authorities in the Texas city of Houston said three people were shot there by a gunman who first set fire to their home.

“This suspect unfortunately, and very unfortunately, and very badly, burned down several residences, waited for those residents to come out and fired at them,” Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said at another conference call. hurry.

Firefighters battling the blaze also had to take cover from the shooter, he said.

The police then arrived and shot the man dead.

The shooter had recently been told he would be deported, Finner said, adding that “it may have been a trigger” for him, but police were investigating.

Meanwhile, an NFL football player was shot dead in the capital Washington, but is in stable condition, the Washington Post newspaper reported.

Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson Jr was shot twice in a possible carjacking, the Post reported, citing police.

He was taken to hospital and his injuries were not life-threatening, the newspaper said.

The United States is regularly rocked by shootings, with lawmakers reluctant to pass gun control legislation despite being popular with most Americans.

(Except for the title, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

Read More: UKRAINE ON EDGE AS SHELLFIRE RINGS OUT AROUND ZAPORIZHZHIA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

Source link

Denial of responsibility! newsnaveen.online is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – admin@newsnaveen.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Similar Articles

Most Popular