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Police investigating shooting in Chicopee, look for possible witness

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Police continue to investigate after one man was shot late Thursday night in Chicopee and now they've released a video of a possible witness who may have seen the incident. 

Chicopee Police Officer Michael Wilk said that just after 10 p.m. Thursday, police received a call reporting shots fired in the area of 714 Chicopee Street.

Officers arrived on-scene and found a small pool of blood, but no victims or witnesses.

Wilk added that a short time later, police received a call indicating that two people suffering from gunshot wounds were privately transported to Baystate Medical Center.

Detectives went to Baystate and found one man who was shot in the back.  They also located a four year old, who was with that man, who was not shot but rather was injured after possibly falling during the incident.

On Saturday, Chicopee Police released a video of a possible witness who they hope to talk to.  Check out the video...do you know who this person is?  If so, contact police. 

"NOTE this person is NOT WANTED or is suspected of anything in regards to this incident. Our detectives just wish to speak to him," Wilk reported. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Chicopee Police detective bureau at (413) 594-1740 or 'Text-a-Tip' to CRIMES (274637).

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