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Kennewick Police Identify Possible Suspect in Saturday's Shooting

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UPDATE/KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Kennewick police have identified a suspect  from Saturday's shooting near 10th Avenue and Washington Street.

Police say 24-year-old Antonio Magana is accused of shooting two men in their car on Saturday around 2am. The two men were treated at a local hospital.

Magana is 5'6'' and 165 pounds, and also goes by the name Tony. He was currently wanted for a Department of Correction warrant and for questions in connection with Saturday's shooting.

Contact Kennewick Police if you have any information about Magana or the shooting.

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KENNEWICK, Wash.-- A shooting early Saturday morning in Kennewick sent two men to the hospital.

It happened around 2am in the area of 10th Avenue and Washington Street.

The two men, ages 22 and 23, were hit in their car by multiple gun shots.

They went to a local hospital for treatment where police questioned them about the shooting.

Kennewick Police are still investigating this case and are looking for suspects.

They ask you call them if you have any information about the shooting.

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