Report: Four Shot near Denver’s Coors Field, Suspect at Large

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Four people were shot, one fatally, nears Coors Field in downtown Denver on Monday.

CBS Denver reports that a witness saw two men talking near Coors Field when one of the men allegedly pulled a gun and shot the other in the head. The gunman then reportedly kept shooting, wounding three others.

A Denver Police Department spokesperson said the department received calls of shots fired just after 4 p.m. He said the three wounded persons were transported to the hospital in critical condition.

The spokesperson confirmed the suspect is at large and made clear that police do not know “if there was one shooter or more than one.”

Colorado has universal background checks and a ban on “high-capacity” magazines, both of which were passed in early 2013.

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