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SWAT team called to South Richmond apartment

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

A police SWAT team went to a South Richmond apartment complex Wednesday night to search for a shooting suspect.

According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, police had initially been called to the Midlothian Village Apartments Wednesday night for a report of an outdoor fight.

Witnesses told officers that during the fight, a man fired a gun into the crowd, but no one was struck by gunfire.

The man's identity and description were not being released Thursday morning. Police are still searching for the suspect.

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