Raymond Spencer News – Police have named a “person of interest” in Washington, DC, who has been shooting at “social media leads” on Twitter

RAYMOND Spencer is now “a person of interest” in connection with the Washington DC shooting near a school that left four people injured, police say.

His picture was published on Twitter after a gunman, who is at large, opened fire near the Edmund Burke School, injuring a youth and three adults, two of whom are in critical condition.

Deputy Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department Stuart Emerman said: “We would like to [Spencer] To get further to the policeintroduce yourself so we can speak to him further as a person of interest.”

“His name has been popping up on some of the social media that we’ve seen so far,” Emerman said after naming Spencer, 23, from Fairfax. Virginia.

“We want to have a conversation with him, we want to find out what’s going on, whether he’s involved in any way or not. We don’t know if he’s in the area, we’re working to determine if he is or not.”

cops in direct current are also working to authenticate a disturbing video that appears to show the shooter firing multiple shots in the area in question, but this clip has yet to be verified.

Read our Raymond Spencer live blog for the latest updates…

  • “Run from the Scene”

    “Of course, some people ran away from the scene afterwards hear shots and since officers were very quick to react to the scene as people ran, we arrested several people to determine their status,” officials said.

    Officials added that they do not believe any suspects have been arrested at this time.

  • Type of weapon used?

    Police said they still have no clue as to the type of weapon used, although video was taken sound of gunshots.

  • “No suspect in custody yet”

    There is no suspect in custody and a Motive for the shooting remains unknown as the investigation is at an early stage.

  • hope and understanding’

    The “hope and understanding is that they will survive,” DC officials said at a press conference.

  • Unknown connection

    That relationship between the victimsif present, is unknown.

  • What did the Washington DC Metro Police say about the shooting?

    Washington, D.C metro police Two adult men and a young woman were injured shoot.

    The two adult victims are in critical but stable condition.

    The young victim suffered from a minor gunshot wound, officials said.

    A fourth victim was described as a woman in her mid-60s who was shot in the upper back and suffered from a laceration, police officers said.

  • sound of gunshots

    Video captured the sound of the gunfire around 3:20 p.m. near the Edmund Burke School.

    That Shots led to a massive police operation with officers escorting residents from nearby buildings, some running to safety.

    The motive for the shoot is unclear.

  • ‘person of interest’

    A gunman opened fire near the Edmund Burke School on Friday, police said.

    Cops said the shooter injured a youth and left two adults in critical condition.

    A fourth victim was also identified by police.

    “We would like him to report to the police and turn himself in so we can speak to him further person of interest‘ the police said.

  • Who is Raymond Spencer?

    Washington, DC police are investigating 23-year-old Raymond Spencer from Fairfax, Va.

    Spencer is wanted in connection with the DC shootings that left four people injured on Friday.

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Bobby Allyn

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