Navy Yard Shooting Today – A gunshot that occurred on Sunday on a Green Line train at the Navy Yard Station in Washington, District of Columbia, resulted in the death of a man, according to the Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD). The Metropolitan Transit Police Department (MTPD) and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) went to the station at 11:45 a.m. for a report of a shooting on a train, according to the authorities.
According to the officials, the individual was pronounced deceased at the scene of the incident. It is not apparent whether a suspect has been identified or not at this time. Metro Police are searching for a suspect who has been characterized as a “thin-build black male 25-27 years old wearing all black with curly hair and a silver or gray gun.”
Due to police activity in the neighborhood, the Green Line between Navy Yard and Anacostia is operating with delays and a single track in both directions. The line is also avoiding the Navy Yard station entirely. There is a train that departs approximately every 12 minutes. According to Metrorail Info, there are shuttles available near the intersection of M Street and New Jersey Avenue.
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After one individual was discovered dead from a gunshot wound inside an SUV during the Tuesday evening rush in Southeast D.C., there is a significant police presence in the area around the Navy Yard Metro station. The victim of the shooting was discovered near the 100 block of M Street SE around 5:30 p.m., according to the police. It is unknown how they are doing, and it is not obvious exactly where the shots were fired at them.
The incident was captured on video, and it revealed a white SUV with a glass that had been damaged. The area just outside of one of the entrances to the Metro station was cordoned off by police, and officers looked to be speaking to witnesses. There was no additional information that could be obtained at this time.
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