- Associated Press - Thursday, May 5, 2016

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minneapolis police are asking for additional witnesses to come forward as they investigate a shooting that left one person dead and at least five others injured.

Police Inspector Mike Kjos says someone opened fire about 9 p.m. Wednesday not far from the city’s 4th police precinct. Responding officers found one person dead. Kjos says the wounded were transported to two trauma centers.

Police set up a perimeter as they searched for a shooter. No one is in custody. Kjos says at least 10 witnesses were interviewed, but police believe there are others that haven’t yet come forward.



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