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KY State Police searching for Crittenden shooting suspect

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CRITTENDEN, KY (FOX19) -

Kentucky State Police are investigating a Friday night shooting in Crittenden, Ky.

According to a police statement, dispatchers received a call around 9 p.m. Friday night on a report of shots fired.

When KSP arrived, they found numerous shell casings and blood on US 25 and immediately closed the roadway down. Troopers discovered a person was shot and had taken himself to St. Elizabeth's in Florence with non-life-threatening injuries. He has been treated and released.

Through their investigation, officers discovered that a verbal argument had happened between several individuals. After the altercation, two individuals went back to their car and began to drive away.

As the vehicle started to depart, an unknown individual began to fire a weapon out of the window of the car back at the group that was on the side of US 25.

The individuals left the area in a vehicle believed to be a white, 4 door Toyota Camry and could possibly have bullet holes in the rear end of the vehicle.

Kentucky State Police ask if you have any information about the incident or witness a vehicle matching the description, that you contact Post 6, Dry Ridge, at 859-428-1212.

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