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Officer involved shooting in “Uptown” Minneapolis

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A police vehicle is parked outside the Uptown Theatre Sunday, June 21, 2020, following a shooting in Minneapolis’ Uptown neighborhood. Multiple people were shot, one fatally, when gunfire broke out shortly after midnight Sunday. (AP Photo/Doug Glass)

It’s been an uphill battle for the Minneapolis Police Department to curate some peace within the community regarding endless officer-involved shootings.

Two law enforcement agencies have confirmed that an officer-involved shooting in Uptown Minneapolis is being investigated.

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension tweeted that their agents were en route to the shooting scene.

ATF’s St. Paul Field Division tweeted that they, too, were responding to the scene “in a support capacity to assist investigating agencies.”

Minnesota Public Radio reported that the shooting occurred in a parking ramp near West Lake Street and Hennepin Ave Thursday afternoon.

KSTP has reported, the Minneapolis Police Department and Hennepin County Sherriff’s Office are also at the scene.

WCCO are reporting that a crowd is starting to gather at the scene.