• Barre man is shot before gunman flees
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     | November 16,2012
     
    Mark Collier / Staff Photo

    Mark Collier / Staff Photo An unidentified male speaks with Barre City Police at the scene of a shooting Thursday evening on Brooklyn Street in Barre. One person was taken to Central Vermont Medical Center with unknown injuries.

    BARRE – Police are searching for a man who shot another man in the shoulder on Brooklyn Street Thursday evening.

    The injury to Seth Parry, 20, is not said to be life-threatening. An eyewitness told police that as he and Parry were walking by an apartment building at 59 Brooklyn Street, a man dressed all in black and wearing a mask yelled to Parry saying, “Hey, woman beater.”

    The two men then started grappling with each other, according to the witness, who said the gun then went off and the masked man fled on foot.

    The shooting happened around 5:30 p.m. and police were questioning five people outside the residence shortly after the incident. A police dog was brought out as police searched the scene for evidence.

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