New Haven police captain did not fire weapon during fatal shooting

New Haven

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– According to new information from New Haven police, Captain Anthony Duff did not fire his weapon during a deadly shooting earlier this month.

On August 12, Duff, who was off-duty and in plain clothing, saw the shooting on Dixwell and Henry Street.

Related: Sources: Weapon recovered in Captain Duff shooting

When he tried to stop it, he was shot. Another man, 46-year-old Troy Clark, of West Haven, was killed.

Duff is out of the hospital and recovering at home while police continue to search for the suspect.

He was released from Yale New Haven Hospital on August 22. He was greeted by salutes and cheers.

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