Duluth police locate suspect vehicle after Sunday shooting

Police said the person's injuries were not life-threatening.

Two police officers stand outside a store.
Two Duluth police officers stand outside the Speedway convenience store at Fourth Street and Sixth Avenue East following a shooting Sunday.
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DULUTH — Police located a suspect vehicle they believe may be connected to a shooting Sunday afternoon that injured one person.

Authorities said the person's injuries were not life-threatening. The shooting occurred at the Speedway gas station near the intersection of Fourth Street and Sixth Avenue East. Police were conducting a follow-up investigation of the scene Sunday evening.

On Monday morning, police said they located a 2006-2008 silver Chevrolet Impala with Minnesota license plates and a dent on the passenger side in connection with the shooting. It was located on the 200 block of North 16th Avenue East.

The Duluth Police Department found a 2006-2008 Chevrolet Impala in connection with a shooting that occurred at Sixth Avenue East and Fourth Street on Sunday.
Contributed / Duluth Police Department

No further information was available Monday morning.

This story was last updated at 10:51 a.m. Sept. 12 with information on the location of the car. It was originally posted at 7:11 p.m. Sept. 11.

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