Police Release Images of Man Sought in Meriden Bar Shooting

shooting at noiise
Meriden Police

Police continue to investigate the shooting outside a Meriden sports bar early Sunday morning and they have released photos and video of a man believed to have been involved in the shooting.

Police responded to the Noiise Sports Bar, at 149 Lewis Avenues, at 1:55 a.m. after receiving several 911 calls about gunshots and found two men and a woman had been shot.

An ambulance brought one man to a trauma hospital, while Lifestar transported the other man.

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The Meriden Police Department is looking to identify the male seen in these photos and video. He was involved in a shooting at Noiise Sport Bar, 149 Lewis Avenue, just before 2 a.m. on Sunday morning. Three people were shot and a total of 4 people injured. Please contact Det. Wagner at 203-630-6334 or jwagner@meridenct.gov with any information regarding the males identity or information on the incident. Do not approach this male and call the Police if seen.***This male should be considered ARMED AND DANGEROUS***

Posted by Meriden Police Department on Monday, April 11, 2016

The female victim had been shot in the leg and was also taken to a hospital. Police said they also found another woman at the scene and initially thought she'd been shot, but determined she had injured her foot. 

The shooter was gone by the time police arrived and investigators do not believe this was a random act. 

He should be considered armed and dangerous, according to police and they also that anyone who sees him reach out to police but not approach him. 

Anyone with information should call Detective Wagner at 203-630-6334 or email jwagner@meridenct.gov with any information regarding the males identity or information on the incident. Do not approach this male and call the 

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call detective John Wagner at (203) 630-6334.

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