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First On KHQ: Victim Identified In Quincy Shooting

UPDATE: Saturday September 24th, 1:46PM

QUINCY, Wash. - The Grant County Coroner's Office has just released the name of the victim who died after being shot at a house party in Quincy. 40-year-old Quincy resident Ramiro Munoz, Jr. was identified as the victim shortly before 2:00pm. The cause and manner of death is pending further investigation. An autopsy has been scheduled for Sunday, September 25th.

UPDATE: Saturday September 24th,  9:10 AM

QUINCY, Wash. - One person is dead and police are looking for a suspect involved in a shooting in Quincy.  The shooting happened around 10:30 Friday night in the 100 block of 1st Ave NE at a house party. Police say two members of the same gang began to argue and one member shot and killed the other, then fled.

Police are searching for the shooter, along with two other suspects who left with him. The Columbia Basin Investigative Team, which is made up of multiple police agencies, are conducting the investigation.

The name of the victim is being withheld, pending an autopsy. Detectives are currently working on getting more information on the suspect and you can count on KHQ to bring you that information, as well as anything else we uncover, right here on khq.com and tonight on KHQ Local News At 5.

Previous Coverage:

QUINCY, Wash. - Grant County Officials have confirmed a shooting in Quincy. Details are still coming in at this point, but what we do know is there was a shooting in the town of Quincy overnight and at least one person is dead.

Police are still investigating and we are expecting more information in the coming hours.

You can count on KHQ Local News to stay on this story to get new information and provide you with the latest as soon as it becomes available.

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