Fatal shooting hotel in central Phoenix, suspect outstanding

Police say witnesses reported that the sufferer and the suspect bought right into a struggle which resulted in the shooting.

PHOENIX — Phoenix police are searching for potential suspects concerned in the shooting dying of 25-year-old Andrew Ragnoli in central Phoenix on Saturday.

The shooting occurred round 8:06 p.m. close to 51st Avenue and McDowell Road at a hotel in the realm.

Police say witnesses reported that Ragnoli and the suspect bought right into a struggle which resulted in the suspect shooting him. 

The suspect then left the scene previous to police arriving on the scene.

Detectives are investigating. No suspects have been recognized presently.

Anyone with data is requested to contact the Phoenix Police Department or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.

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