Five people were injured in three shootings in Denver, Aurora, on Monday
Two men were killed and four other people were injured in four shooting incidents that occurred over a four-hour period in Denver and Aurora on Monday.
Aurora police responded to a shooting at 6:30 p.m. in the 14000 block of East Iowa Drive in Aurora. The administration posted on the X website that two people were taken to local hospitals with unknown injuries.
A man died in hospital from injuries sustained in the shooting, police said Tuesday morning on X.
Update: An unidentified man died overnight in hospital from gunshot wounds. Major Homicide Unit detectives are now conducting the investigation.
Investigators are interested in information about a white or gray Nissan Frontier that was seen speeding from the scene. communication…
— Aurora Police Department (@AuroraPD) November 14, 2023
Aurora police are searching for a white pickup truck linked to the shooting, which may be a Nissan Frontier or a Toyota Tacoma.
The Denver Police Department responded to a shooting near East 16th Street and Reese Street in City Park West at 2:58 p.m., According to a post on X. One person was transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries, and police are developing information about the suspect.
Denver police responded Second shooting In the 6100 block of East Iliff Street at 4:42 p.m., two people were transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries.
Update: The victim in this shooting, an adult male, has been pronounced dead. This is now being investigated as a homicide. There are no arrests at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact @CrimeStoppersCO At 720-913-7867. #Denver
– Denver Police Department (DenverPolice) November 14, 2023
A third shooting was reported in Denver just before 10:30 p.m. in the 7100 block of East Mississippi Street. “A” was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Denver police said Tuesday morning that the man died in hospital.
This is a developing story and could be updated.
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