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10 Shot in Mass Shooting on High Street in Columbus, Ohio

Police say that officers pursued the suspects from the High Street mass shooting twice but lost the vehicle both times.

Mass shooting on High Street in Columbus, Ohio: 10 people shot, suspect on the run.

10 Shot in Mass Shooting on High Street in Columbus, Ohio. Credit CPD Facebook page.

Shooting in Columbus, Ohio: Police say 10 people were left hurt after a mass shooting took place on Sunday morning in the Short North District near Downtown Columbus.

Columbus police say the shooting took place just before 2:30 A.M. One of the victims is in critical condition at this time. Two of the victims are juveniles while the other eight are adult males, according to CPD.

Police Sgt. Joe Albert said the suspect was chased by special off-duty officers before escaping. The suspect traveled in the wrong direction on North 4th Street.

CPD are searching for the suspect at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS.

Columbus Division of Police Press Release Re: High Street Mass Shooting

Detectives need your help locating this vehicle involved in a shooting this morning in the 1100 block of N. High St., where 10 people were shot. The vehicle is believed to be a white, 4-door Honda Civic with tinted windows. The suspect involved in the shooting was described as a male wearing all black clothing. The 10 victims range in age from 16-27 years old. One of the victims is currently in critical condition while the other nine are in stable condition.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect, this vehicle, or the incident in general, is asked to call Columbus Police Felony Assault Detective Jones at 614-645-4373, or email [email protected]. Anonymous tips can also be made by calling Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS (8477).

Source: LiveNOW from FOX

Source: WBNS 10TV

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