ALERT: Arrest Warrant Issued In Gang-Related Shooting - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

ALERT: Arrest Warrant Issued In Gang-Related Shooting

Abubakar “Abu” Samura is wanted for 1st Degree Assault & 1st Degree Assault Of A Child In Reference To A Shooting That Occurred Near 4th & Magnolia Sunday Night Abubakar “Abu” Samura is wanted for 1st Degree Assault & 1st Degree Assault Of A Child In Reference To A Shooting That Occurred Near 4th & Magnolia Sunday Night
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team has secured an arrest warrant for Abubakar "Abu" Samura, reference the shooting incident that occurred on 03/04/12. Two victims were struck by gunfire. Both are expected to survive. This investigation is continuing, anyone with further information is encouraged to contact the Spokane Violent crime Gang Enforcement Team.

Samura should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS. If you see him, notify police immediately.

Any persons with information related to this, or any other gang related incident, are encouraged to contact the Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team at 509-625-GANG (4264). Callers can remain anonymous.

NAME: Abubakar "Abu" Samura
Age: 21 years
Height/Weight: 5'04" / 160#
Build: Medium
Address: Unknown, Frequents the 9th /
Perry area of Spokane, WA

Anonymous tips can also be submitted at www.stopspokanegangs.org.

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