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Tempe police arrest suspect in shooting incident that injured 1

May 27, 2021, 1:02 PM | Updated: 2:23 pm
(Twitter Photo/@TempePolice)...
(Twitter Photo/@TempePolice)
(Twitter Photo/@TempePolice)

PHOENIX – Police have arrested a man who allegedly fired a gun while wearing minimal clothing, injuring at least one person, in Tempe on Thursday afternoon.

The Tempe Police Department said at 12:30 p.m. that officers were searching for the suspect in the area of 1855 E. Don Carlos Ave., near the intersection of McClintock Drive and Apache Boulevard.

Police said they located one victim with a minor injury.

At 2 p.m. police said the man was in custody.

The suspect was described as a shirtless man in his 20s wearing black underwear, with a heavy build and a patch of blond hair.

No other information was immediately available.

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Tempe police arrest suspect in shooting incident that injured 1