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District attorney identifies 17-year-old killed in capturing at Stoughton rental advanced – WCVB Boston

Police are searching for two suspects following a fatal shooting at a condominium complex located between the Stoughton Public Library and an early childhood center.Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey said Stoughton police responded at about 3 p.m. Tuesday to multiple 911 calls reporting a shooting at the Walnut Park Condominiums on Jones Terrace.Upon arrival, officers were directed by residents to investigate a silver Honda in the parking lot. Morrissey said police found a teenager suffering from apparent gunshot wounds in the driver’s seat. They removed him from the vehicle and immediately began rendering medical aid.A Stoughton Fire Department ambulance transported the victim to Good Samaritan Hospital, where he died of his injuries.The Norfolk District Attorney’s Office identified the victim as 17-year-old Christian Vines, of Randolph.“He was going to graduate Aug. 8 from Avon High School. I just can’t believe he’s gone,” said the victim’s mother, Annette Vines.“We feel extremely sorry and our heartfelt sympathy (goes out) to the family who lost a loved one,” Morrissey said. “Obviously, we want to identify and find those people responsible.”Stoughton Police Chief Donna McNamara said Christian Vines was not known to the Stoughton Police Department and added that investigators believe this was not a random act of violence.Morrissey said witnesses reported that two people fled the scene on foot behind the apartment building toward Walnut Street. Stoughton police officers, state troopers and officers with the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing and K-9 units are searching for the suspects. Flying overhead around 3:30 p.m., Sky5 saw multiple police vehicles in the area and yellow crime scene tape blocking off a portion of the parking lot at the Walnut Park Condominiums. Stoughton police officers were seen searching the area with a K-9. The Norfolk District Attorney’s Office and the Stoughton Police Department are investigating the deadly shooting. The nearby child care center was temporarily locked down as a result of the investigation. That precaution ended around 4:35 p.m. after the building was cleared by officers. “While there is no connection of the crime or threat to the school we are not taking any chances,” police wrote on social media. Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact Stoughton police at 781-344-2424 or the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office at 781-830-4800.“Please say something. That’s my baby. That’s my baby,” Annette Vines said. “If you know something, please say something.”

Police are searching for two suspects following a fatal shooting at a condominium complex located between the Stoughton Public Library and an early childhood center.

Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey said Stoughton police responded at about 3 p.m. Tuesday to multiple 911 calls reporting a shooting at the Walnut Park Condominiums on Jones Terrace.

Upon arrival, officers were directed by residents to investigate a silver Honda in the parking lot. Morrissey said police found a teenager suffering from apparent gunshot wounds in the driver’s seat. They removed him from the vehicle and immediately began rendering medical aid.

A Stoughton Fire Department ambulance transported the victim to Good Samaritan Hospital, where he died of his injuries.

The Norfolk District Attorney’s Office identified the victim as 17-year-old Christian Vines, of Randolph.

“He was going to graduate Aug. 8 from Avon High School. I just can’t believe he’s gone,” said the victim’s mother, Annette Vines.

“We feel extremely sorry and our heartfelt sympathy (goes out) to the family who lost a loved one,” Morrissey said. “Obviously, we want to identify and find those people responsible.”

Stoughton Police Chief Donna McNamara said Christian Vines was not known to the Stoughton Police Department and added that investigators believe this was not a random act of violence.

Morrissey said witnesses reported that two people fled the scene on foot behind the apartment building toward Walnut Street. Stoughton police officers, state troopers and officers with the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing and K-9 units are searching for the suspects.

Flying overhead around 3:30 p.m., Sky5 saw multiple police vehicles in the area and yellow crime scene tape blocking off a portion of the parking lot at the Walnut Park Condominiums.

Stoughton police officers were seen searching the area with a K-9.

The Norfolk District Attorney’s Office and the Stoughton Police Department are investigating the deadly shooting.

The nearby child care center was temporarily locked down as a result of the investigation. That precaution ended around 4:35 p.m. after the building was cleared by officers.

“While there is no connection of the crime or threat to the school we are not taking any chances,” police wrote on social media.

Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact Stoughton police at 781-344-2424 or the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office at 781-830-4800.

“Please say something. That’s my baby. That’s my baby,” Annette Vines said. “If you know something, please say something.”

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