Update: State police identify ‘persons of interest’ in fatal Shippensburg shooting

The shooting occurred around 8:15 last night along Rotz Avenue

  • The Associated Press
This story has been updated with additional details.

(Shippensburg) — State police are searching for two Philadelphia men as part of its investigation into a fatal shooting near Shippensburg University in Cumberland County.

Troopers describe 20-year-old Quentin Eric Furlow and 20-year-old Clayton Steve Wilson as “persons of interest.”

The shooting occurred around 8:15 last night along Rotz Avenue — a few blocks away from the Shippensburg campus.

21-year-old Shakur Myers was killed and 21-year-old Samir Stevenson, was wounded.

Stevenson was flown to Holy Spirit Hospital and remains in critical condition.

Authorities say Furlow may be driving a gray 2011 Infinity G-37, with a PA registration of KZJ-4211, while Wilson may be operating a gray 2009 Nissan Maxima bearing PA registration KYE-0169.

Courtesy of Pennsylvania State Police

State police say 20-year-old Clayton Steve Wilson is a”person of interest.” He is believed to be operating a gray 2009 Nissan Maxima bearing PA registration KYE-0169.

 

*An earlier version of this story appears below*

(Shippensburg) — State police say a shooting near a college in Cumberland County has left a Philadelphia man dead and another wounded.

But it’s not clear what sparked the shooting, which occurred around 8:15 p.m. Sunday a few blocks away from the campus of Shippensburg University.

State police say the body of 21-year-old Shakur Myers was found near a vehicle. The wounded victim, 21-year-old Samir Stevenson, was flown to a hospital and remains in critical condition.

It’s not yet known if either victim attended the university.

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