PD: Man in critical condition following early morning shooting in New Haven

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New Haven Police are currently investigating after a man has been left in critical condition following a shooting.

According to officials, a shotspotter alert and multiple 9-11 calls came in around 2:40 a.m. reporting that a person had been shot.  Officers located that the shooting took place at the corner of Elm Street and Howe Street. 

The victim has been described as a 30 year old New Haven resident. He was shot multiple times in the arm and torso. Captain Anthony Duff, the Public Information Officer of the New Haven Police Department said the man’s injuries are life threating. The man is in surgery right now as the New Haven Crime Scene Unit investigates. 

Police are asking that anyone with information about the shooting call them at 203-946-6304. 

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