6:40pm–#Bridgeport CT– Police were called to Went Park for shots fired.  They arrived but found no victim.  After investigating they found shell casings and blood splattered on a car at Cottage and Norman Street. A short time later a person showed up at St. Vincent’s with a gunshot wound.  The victim was robbed of his bicycle.  Police are looking for a black male wearing black shorts on the stolen bicycle, a red BMX with red spray paint on the handlebars.  He fled towards Wording Avenue.    Police are investigating.

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La policía fue llamada a Went Parque de disparos. Llegaron, pero no encontraron ninguna víctima. Después de investigar se encontraron casquillos de bala y sangre salpicada en un coche en la Cottage y Norman Street. Poco tiempo después, una persona se presentó en San Vicente de la herida de bala. La víctima fue despojado de su bicicleta. La policía busca a un hombre negro con pantalones cortos negros en la bicicleta robada, una BMX roja con pintura en aerosol de color rojo en el manillar. Huyó hacia Wording Avenue. La policía está investigando.

A polícia foi chamada para Went Park por tiros disparados. Eles chegaram, mas não encontraram nenhuma vítima. Depois de investigar, encontraram cápsulas de balas e sangue espalhado em um carro na Cottage e Norman Street. Pouco tempo depois, uma pessoa apareceu no S. Vicent com um ferimento a bala. A vítima foi roubado sua bicicleta. A polícia está à procura de um homem negro vestindo shorts pretos na bicicleta roubada, uma BMX vermelho com tinta spray vermelho no guidão. Ele fugiu para a Wording Avenue. A polícia está investigando.

By Stephen Krauchick

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