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PW Police seek public’s help in identifying suspects in Manassas Mall shooting incident July 9

Shooting Investigation *SUSPECTS SOUGHT – Prince William County detectives are seeking the identities of several parties in connection to the shooting that occurred at Manassas Mall located at 8300 Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109) on July 9.

The investigation revealed two groups met at the mall near the food court where a physical altercation ensued. During the encounter, multiple firearms were brandished by both groups before the altercation exited into the parking lot. Once in the parking lot, outside the mall, shots were exchanged between both groups before the parties dispersed. No shots were fired inside the mall.

One of the injured parties from the group, identified as a 23-year-old man, was driven by other associates to an area hospital where police were notified. An uninvolved bystander, identified as a 51-year-old man, was located at the scene and treated at an area hospital for a wound to the upper body (correction from the lower body in an earlier release). Both men are expected to survive.

A search of the area by a police K-9, resulted in evidence including multiple firearms being recovered. Additionally, two men were detained nearby following a traffic stop shortly after the shooting. Charges are pending.

Multiple resources from Manassas City police, Manassas Park City police, Prince William County Sheriff’s Office, Fairfax County police helicopter, and Prince William County Department of Fire & Rescue responded to the scene to offer assistance.

Detectives are actively seeking the identities of the pictured suspects in connection to this incident. Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information to identify the suspects or can otherwise aid in the investigation is asked to contact police at 703-792-6500. The investigation continues.

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