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Deputies Continue To Investigate Shooting In White County, Illinois

Shooting took place along a road south of Grayville on June 14th.

Posted: Jun 18, 2021 8:07 AM

White County Sheriff's Department continues to investigate a shooting that took place earlier this week.

According to deputies, a shooting took place on Monday, June 14 along 2400 North at 1987 North, just south of Grayville, Illinois.

Dispatch recieved a call of a man shot and yelling for help.  The caller picked up the victim in their car and took him to another car, that headed for Rt. 1 South.

White County Sheriff's Department and White County Ambulance caught up to the vehicle.  He would not provide information to deputies who had shot him.

Illinois State Police joined with deputies in the investigation.  Investigators continue to search for a suspect, but said there remains no threat to the public.

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