Cleveland police are looking for a suspect in the shooting of the shopkeeper – archyde

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Police are asking the public to help locate a suspect who shot the owner of a shop in the South-Collinwood neighborhood.

The shooting occurred on November 16 at the 15600 block of Holmes Avenue, between East 152nd Street and St. Clair Avenue. Police said the shopkeeper was shot in the face after exchanging shots with the suspect who tried to rob the shop.

The female is tall and stocky and wore a dark hooded sweatshirt. She may also be wearing two surgical masks.

According to police, there was also a person wearing a blue Nautica hooded sweatshirt who acted as a lookout.

Anyone with information can call investigators at 216-623-2576.

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