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Police release description of Grand Forks shooting suspect

GRAND FORKS - Police have released details of one suspect from a reported shooting that left one man injured the morning of Tuesday, March 29, in northwest Grand Forks.

GRAND FORKS - Police have released details of one suspect from a reported shooting that left one man injured the morning of Tuesday, March 29, in northwest Grand Forks.

The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6 feet tall, and he was wearing a tight black shirt, a red bandana that covered the lower half of his face and had closely cropped hair, police said.

Previously, police described the suspects as three males of an unknown race leaving the scene in a dark-colored, four-door car similar to a Toyota Celica or Nissan Sentra.

Police continue to investigate a shooting that wounded 30-year-old David Manuel Gomez of Grand Forks, but the injury was non-life-threatening, police said. The incident was reported around 2 a.m. in the 1000 block of North 39th Street.

Police believe Gomez and the suspects were acquaintances, and this was not a random act.

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