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UPDATE: Shots Fired In Downtown Spokane

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police responded to shots being fired at 907 W. 3rd Avenue at 9:10pm Sunday evening. Police arrived and locked down the four story building. The shots had been fired in an apartment on the third floor. The victim was not located at first and Police had no idea where the victim had gone and had conflicting reports of where the suspect was. Police entered the suspect apartment to find it empty, but did find blood on a bed. 

The victim located an officer in the office of the building and advised there was a second victim, and a possible second apartment where the suspect may have gone. Police responded to that apartment and were able to contact the occupants, finding the second victim.

The victims advised that the suspect was hiding in their apartment, and came at them with a gun when they returned.  A fight over the gun ensued, and a shot was fired. The male victim did have a cut on his head, and the female was uninjured. Police checked the adjacent apartments, and found everyone to be ok.

The suspect is a Matthew A. Raney.  He has not been located.  Anyone with information on his whereabouts is encouraged to call Crime Check at 456-2233

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