16-Year-Old Sought in Weekend Shooting in Rowley, Massachusetts

The juvenile suspect remains on the loose

Police in Rowley, Massachusetts, have issued an arrest warrant for an unnamed 16-year-old boy in connection with a shooting near a shopping plaza on Sunday afternoon.

According to the Daily News, the suspect is a Rowley resident who is known to police. Police officials wouldn't release the suspect's name because he is a juvenile.

The Union Leader reported that police were searching for the Rowley shooting suspect on Monday morning in the area of Harriman Hill Road in Raymond, New Hampshire. The suspect was not found and remains on the loose.

Raymond Police said they were following up on information received from the Rowley investigation. They said there is no danger to residents.

The shooting was reported around 5:15 p.m. Sunday behind the shopping center at 225 Newburyport Turnpike.

While police were searching the area, a man approached them and said he'd been shot in the leg. The victim received treatment at a nearby hospital and has been released.

Around that same time, another man entered the Rowley Police Station reporting that someone had shot at him in the area of the shopping center. The second man was not hit.

Officials do not think the shooting was random.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the Rowley Police Department at 978-948-7644.

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