Police investigating York shooting that left 20-year-old man injured

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YORK COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE (August 15): Police are seeking information into a shooting that left one person injured.

On August 14 around 4:00 p.m., police responded to the 200 block of Roosevelt Avenue in York for a reported shooting.

Upon arrival, police found a 20-year-old male victim that had been shot in the right hip.

The victim was transported to York Hospital for treatment, and is in stable condition at this time.

Police determined that the victim was targeted in the shooting, and are still investigating the incident.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to contact the York City Police Department using any of the following methods:

Call York County Crime Stoppers at 755TIPS

York City Police Tip Line at 717-849-2204

 

York City Police Department at 717-846-1234 or 717-849-2219

Text information to “York tips” at 847411 (TIP411)

Instructions for using text tip line

1 Enter number 847-411

2 start message with – yorktips

3 text your message

PREVIOUSLY: Police say the shooting occurred on the 200 block of Roosevelt Avenue, not Park Street, as was previously reported.

One male was found suffering from a gunshot wound at the scene. He was taken to York Hospital for treatment, police say.

The investigation is ongoing, according to police. Anyone with information regarding the incident, or any of the individuals involved, is asked to contact York City Police Department by:

  • Calling York County Crime Stoppers at 755TIPS
  • Calling the York City Police Tip Line at 717-849-2204
  • Calling the York City Police Department at 717-846-1234 or 717-849-2219

Previous information

YORK — Police are investigating a possible shooting in York, according to emergency dispatch.

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Park Street shortly before 4 p.m.

There is one reported injury. Police remain on the scene.

FOX43 will have more information as it becomes available.

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