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SPOKANE, Wash. - Police need the public's help in locating a shooter and potential victims in a shooting that happened Monday morning near the Gonzaga University campus.

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SPD looking for info into shots fired near Gonzaga campus

The Spokane Police Department is looking for information into a shooting that took place on Baldwin between Cincinnati and Hamilton.

The incident happened just before 2:00 AM on February 25th.  Witnesses reported seeing a male in dark clothes standing by a small white 4door car.  He shot several rounds from a handgun at a small black truck with a canopy that was stopped in the street.  The suspect has not been identified and the victim left the area without contacting police.  Officers located several shell casings in the street and bullet fragments that show shots were fired towards the west.  Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233 or 242-TIPS (8477).

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