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Relatives, friends, and a few hundred unofficial family members turned out in Old Town Alexandria on Sunday to support a police officer critically injured in the line of duty.
Prince George's County police said they are looking for additional suspects believed to be involved in the death of an Alexandria activist whose body was dumped in a Fort Washington well.
An Alexandria community activist was shot before his body was dropped in the Fort Washington well where it was recovered this weekend, police said Monday.
"He's doing extremely well," said police Chief Earl Cook, who attended the fundraiser at Virtue Feed and Grain restaurant after having recently visited him. "Before we had wanted him to live. Now we want him to live well."
Alexandria Police Chief Earl Cook said previously that Mr. Harris seemed to have been going about his normal routine when he went missing.