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The man fatally shot near the police brutality protests in downtown Detroit on Friday was a 21-year-old man from Eastpointe, according to Detroit Police.

The suspect is a black male, light complexion, age 17-20, with a short afro and wearing a surgical mask. He was dressed in a dark hooded sweatshirt with print on the back, bright yellow pants with a red stripe on both legs and Adidas sandals.

Police say the victim was in a parked Dodge Caliber in a lot near Congress and Randolph when an unknown man approached the car. The victim was in the vehicle, along with two others, when the suspect fired into the car, according to police.

Everyone inside the car fled, including the victim. It was unclear whether the victim was shot inside the car or after all passengers exited the car, police said. After shots were fired, the suspect ran away.

It was not clear whether the incident is connected to the nearby protests, police said.

The suspect is a black male with a light complexion and aged 17-20 years old. Police say the he has a short afro and was wearing a surgical mask, a dark hooded sweatshirt with a print on the back, bright yellow pants with a red stripe on either leg and Adidas sandals.
The suspect is a black male, light complexion, age 17-20, with a short afro and wearing a surgical mask. He was dressed in a dark hooded sweatshirt with print on the back, bright yellow pants with a red stripe on both legs and Adidas sandals.

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Video obtained by the Free Press shows the victim bleeding from the chest. People could be seen trying to revive him.

The latest information is a correction to earlier reports from police that said a 19-year-old man died after an unknown suspect in a gray Dodge Durango pulled up and fired into the crowd, then fled.

An investigation into the incident is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Homicide Section at 313-596-2260 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.