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Police still searching for suspect in deadly North Spokane shooting

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The scene of the shooting late Sunday night. The scene of the shooting late Sunday night.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

A killer remains on the run after a shooting in North Spokane late Sunday night. It happened in an alley near Howard and Sinto.

The victim is a man in his 30s. He was rushed to the hospital where he died. Witnesses recall the terrifying ordeal.

"I was sitting upstairs when I heard five loud bangs," said one neighbor. "I think he got hit all five times."

The witness said the victim was initially coherent enough to call 911 himself, but his condition was deteriorating fast.

"I ran out here he's swaying around, I grabbed onto him," the man said.

The victim sat on a bench until paramedics arrived. He never denied who was responsible, but one neighbor believes he saw who did it.

"I saw two or three dudes driving off," he said.

Cameras back up his account of what happened. The footage captures a light older car speeding away from the alley.

Spokane Police did recover a similar looking car abandoned a few blocks away with evidence of a shooting scattered across it. If it is the same car is part of this active investigation.

If you know any information about this case, you are urged to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233. 

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