Police in Detroit are still searching for a suspect in a shooting that took place at a gas station on Tuesday. Security video of the incident shows two men emerge from a car that pulled up to the station, fire multiple rounds from their weapons, and then go back to the car, which drives off.
Police say the men shot at a 33-year-old victim who was at a gas pump with family. One of the suspects allegedly made eye contact with the victim, who survived the attack was said to be at a local hospital in stable condition.
The suspects, believed to be twin brothers, had first driven to the station, left, then returned, cops told ClickOnDetroit. Officers caught one suspect on Friday, and tracked down the Mercury Grand Marquis that they believe they took to the station. The other suspect, identified as Terry Outsey, is still at large.
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