The Killeen Police Department was called out on April 30 in the wee hours of the night in reference to a gunshot victim. Once the police had arrived at the hundred block of N. 4th St, the Killeen police officers noticed a 39-year-old male was suffering a heinous gunshot wound. Immediately the police officers started to perform life-saving measures as much as possible and for as long as they could wait for the Killeen EMS to arrive. The gunshot victim was eventually transported to Baylor Scott and White Hospital by helicopter.

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The initial investigation revealed that the victim was inside a business with a gathering of other individuals. When he was shot, there is no statements or wolf arrests have been made at this time. As of right now, the victim is currently listed in critical, but stable condition.



The Killeen Police Department is asking anyone who may have seen anything or has any information about this incident to contact Crimestoppers at 254-526-8477 or go online at This information is confidential and you will stay anonymous. If there are any tips that lead to an arrest of any person that is responsible for this particular situation you could be eligible to receive a $1000 award in cash. This event was definitely unfortunate and we will keep you updated with more information once it has been released.



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