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May 2, 2016 1:28 PM

Shooting suspect still on the run after search in Raymond turns up empty

NH1 Digital Content Manager -

RAYMOND - Police flocked to Raymond in search of a teen shooting suspect, but nothing was found.

Officers responded to a Raymond home on Harriman Hill Road around 7 a.m. looking for a person suspected of shooting two teens in Rowley, Mass., on Sunday night.

No one was found, and the scene was cleared at about 10:15 Monday morning.

Police are still searching for the suspect.

Officers were dispatched to the scene of a Rowley shopping plaza after receiving reports of shots fired around 5:15 p.m. Sunday.

As police searched the area, an 18-year-old man emerged and said he had been shot in the leg. The victim was treated at a hospital and released.

Shortly after, another teen walked into the Rowley police station and told investigators that he had been shot at in the same area.

Chief Scott Dumas said police don't believe that the shootings were random. Investigators believe the shooter knew the teen that was wounded.

The investigation is ongoing.

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