Anthony Gunn (on left) Kevin McCray (on right) Image Courtesy of Manchester Police Department
Anthony Gunn (on left) Kevin McCray (on proper) Picture Courtesy of Manchester Police Division
Stock image of Manchester suspects' car (Manchester PD)
Inventory picture of Manchester suspects’ automotive (Manchester PD)
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The Manchester Police Division is trying to find two males believed to be concerned in a taking pictures that set a seemingly quiet neighborhood on edge for hours.

Police mentioned they’re actively trying to find 25-year-old Anthony Gunn and 27-year-old Kevin McCray after they fled a criminal offense scene that passed off close to the intersection of East Heart St. and Walker Avenue on Saturday simply earlier than 7:30 p.m.

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Police mentioned a minimum of one shot was fired and nobody was struck.

Police mentioned Gunn and McCray took off in a 2005 tan coloured Chevy Malibu with Connecticut Registration AP 06404, on the time of the taking pictures.

Police mentioned Gunn was noticed sporting a gray hooded sweatshirt with a bandana over his brow.

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Nobody was injured, however police mentioned a sufferer was focused, and the incident is remoted.

Eyewitnesses advised Channel three it was tense as police gave instructions from the armored automobile. 

“He stored going out and in of the driveway and got here out of the roof of the truck after which mentioned, ‘Manchester Police. please come exterior. We’re providing you with an opportunity to return exterior.,'” described Manchester resident Jennifer Ruel. 

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“It was type of loopy. I’ve by no means seen something like that earlier than.”

These with info on the whereabouts of Gunn and McCray are requested to contact Detective Joseph Davis of the Manchester Police Division 860 643-3357.

This story is creating. Stick with Channel three for updates.

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