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Draper shooting leaves one man dead, police searching for suspect

Posted at 9:23 AM, Aug 11, 2022

DRAPER, Utah — Police are searching for a suspect after a shooting at a Draper apartment complex in the early hours of Thursday morning left one man dead.

The shooting happened outside the Heritage Apartment complex, located at 11715 S. State Street, just after 1 a.m., Draper Police said.

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Draper shooting leaves one dead, police searching for suspect

When officials arrived in the area, they found one person with a gunshot wound who had died.

Although police believe there is no threat to the public, they are still searching for the suspect involved.

Currently, investigative teams and surrounding agencies are following up on leads and interviewing witnesses to put together what happened.

“We don’t always find the individual that night or right away but what we do get, is we get that information, the important information, the important evidence to identify those folks, track them down, get a grip on them and figure out what happened,” explained Lt. Pat Evans with Draper Police.

The victim was identified as 33-year-old Remey Rowland.

Police say he was not a resident of Heritage Apartments.

Police encouraged people who may know information about the incident to reach out and report it. They said even if you want to stay anonymous, any tips help in the investigation.