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Suspect photos released after woman caught in crossfire in downtown Denver

The woman's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening, Denver Police said.

DENVER — A woman who is believed to be an innocent bystander was shot and wounded near Broadway and Colfax Avenue in downtown Denver on Friday afternoon, according to a tweet from Denver Police.

Two suspects fired shots at each other around 1:15 pm. and then ran from the area, DPD said. The woman was caught in the crossfire and wounded. Her injuries didn't appear to be life-threatening, according to DPD.

DPD has released photos of two suspects they say were associated with the shooting. 

One is described as a Black male who was wearing white pants, a white and blue hoody, a baseball cap, and blue and white checkered shoes. 

The other is described as a light-skinned Black or Hispanic male wearing a red t-shirt, black pants, a black coat and white shoes.

Credit: Denver Police Department

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