Detroit police searching for suspects involved in shootout that injured 23-year-old
DETROIT (FOX 2) - Police are looking for information into a shootout that multiple gunman had at a gas station on Eight Mile in Detroit last week.
The shooting left a 23-year-old with a non-fatal gunshot wound during the Aug. 18 incident.
It unfolded around midnight when the victim exited a BP gas station in the 17100 block of W. Eight Mile and walked to his vehicle. A short time later, two men also left the gas station and started firing at him.
After about 15 seconds of shooting, both suspects fled in a black Ford Fusion with the license plate number EBP-4779.
The victim was struck and was treated at a local hospital for a non-life threatening injury.
The BP gas station is a Project Green Light location and video from the store caught the two men shooting. As one suspect in a hooded sweatshirt exits the gas station, he approaches a car before another man gets out and both start firing.
Both appear to pull the trigger of their handguns multiple times before getting back in the Fusion and speeding off.
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Detroit police say they have identified the suspect in the hoodie from the incident but are still looking for information about the suspect wearing a white t-shirt and black hat.
If anyone recognizes this suspect, or has any information pertaining to this crime, please call the Detroit Police Department’s Eighth Precinct at 313-596-5840 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up.