Naperville shooting, active shooter alleged at Naperville, Il

Naperville shooting today, unconfirmed active shooter at Naperville – Authorities are investigating an alleged shooting in Naperville. According to numerous social media report, the incident occurred around Jewel-Oscoin Naperville Illinois. No injuries were reported yet. Police officers in Naperville are yet to officially release a statement regarding the alleged shooting. The investigation is actively ongoing.

Further details will be provided when it is available.

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According to the police, a shot was fired during an altercation that took place in the downtown area of Naperville on Monday night. At approximately 11:40 o’clock in the evening, the event took place on the 100 block of West Jackson Avenue.

The witnesses told the police that two males, one of whom was armed with a firearm, approached them and then another group regarding an earlier dispute. They said that the one of the individuals had a handgun in his possession. According to the police, one of the males then fired a single shot into the air.

Both of the men made their way northward on foot. According to the police, the second group of individuals fled the site before the policemen arrived.

Suspects Description

A black male between the ages of 18 and 20, with a pale complexion, short hair, and a stocky frame, standing around 5 feet 10 inches tall is described. The last time anyone saw him, he was not wearing a shirt and was carrying dark plants. It was reported that he had a firearm on his person.
A young black man between the ages of 18 and 20, with a fair complexion, short hair, and a height ranging from 5 feet to 5 feet 2 inches. The last time anyone saw him, he was draped in a light-colored cloth over his face, wearing a light-colored tank top, and light-colored slacks.
If you or anyone you know has any information regarding this occurrence, you are strongly encouraged to call the Naperville Police Department at 630-420-6665 and ask to speak to the investigations department.

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