AURORA - The Aurora Police Department is looking for a suspect accused of shooting a high school student last month in Aurora.
Shortly before 10 a.m. on September 20, police say the student was shot near 12th Avenue and Macon Street by a suspect believed to be driving a 2004 Honda Civic with mismatching wheels and a black or dark blue colored driver’s door.
The suspect is described as a 19 to 20-year-old Hispanic man with a heavy build, short hair, and tattoos on his body. He was wearing a black and white T-shirt at the time.
Police haven’t said how severe the student’s injuries are.
Anyone with information about the suspect or what happened is asked to call Aurora Police at 303-739-1985.
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