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Continued Coverage on Altus Church Shooting

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Altus, Okla_Altus Police need your help tracking down a suspect involved in last Wednesday's drive-by shooting near several churches.

Police say Brandon Gipson has been identified by witnesses as the shooter.
Witnesses say he was in a gray Dodge Neon that pulled up near the churches on W. Martin Luther King Drive and S. Benson St.

They say Gipson then fired shots at a park across the street. Police believe the shooting is gang-related. Luckily no one was injured, but two stray bullets hit one of the churches.

 Police are urging anyone with information on this shooting to call crime stoppers at 580-482-tips.
 You can remain  anonymous and you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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