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1 dead, 1 on life support after Monday shooting; Greeley Police are looking for a 42-year-old suspect – Greeley Tribune

Greeley Police are looking for a 42-year-old suspect after a shooting Monday morning left a man dead and a minor on life support.

At 8:51 a.m., Greeley police responded to a report of multiple shots being fired in the alley behind 1429 9th Street. The caller advised officers that a man was in the alley and another man was fleeing the scene.

Paul Anthony Delgado Jr., 42, a suspect in Monday morning’s shooting that killed a man and left a minor on life support. (Courtesy of Greeley Police Department)

Patrol officers arrived at the scene and found an unresponsive 17-year-old with a gunshot wound to the head, according to a press release from Greeley Police. He remains on life support at a local hospital.

Officers continued to search the scene and found a second victim, a 47-year-old man, in the driver’s seat of a car parked nearby. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Greeley Police have been working on the investigation since the initial call and have developed probable cause that the suspect in the shooting is 42-year-old Paul Anthony Delgado Jr. Investigators have an active warrant for Delgado’s arrest for first-degree murder, according to the Liberation.

He is considered to be armed with at least one handgun which he carries openly, as well as a rifle and ammo. Police believe he is driving a dark blue 2012 Dodge Ram with Colorado Disabled Veteran license plate 237-NWL.

Greeley police believe the 42-year-old suspect, Paul Anthony Delgado Jr., in a fatal shooting Monday morning, is driving a dark blue 2012 Dodge Ram with Colorado Disabled Veteran license plate 237-NWL. (Courtesy of Greeley Police Department)

If anyone sees Delgado or his vehicle, police are advising people not to approach him and to call 911 immediately.

The ministry does not plan to release any additional information today. Greeley Police are asking anyone with information about this case to contact Detective Cash at (970) 350-9601.


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