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Auburn police seek help in locating shooting suspect

Randall Hoxie, a 23-year-old Auburn resident, is the main suspect in a shooting Sunday night. - Courtesy
Randall Hoxie, a 23-year-old Auburn resident, is the main suspect in a shooting Sunday night.
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Auburn police are seeking assistance in locating the suspect in a Sunday night shooting in Auburn.

The suspect, Randall Hoxie, a 23-year-old Auburn resident, remains at large. Hoxie was involved in a shooting that occurred at about 7 p.m. on the 1100 block of B Street Southeast in Auburn.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Hoxie, they are asked to please contact the Auburn Police Department. Hoxie is to be considered armed and dangerous. Citizens should not approach Hoxie if seen, but call 911 immediately.

Hoxie allegedly was involved in a fight with one of the victims at a duplex. Hoxie left this address after the fight and returned a short time later and shot the victim, a 23-year-old male, in the face.

In firing at this victim, one bullet passed through the wall of the duplex and struck a 48-year-old female in the neighboring residence.

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