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14-year-old Frank Miller killed in Minneapolis shooting

A woman in her 30s was apprehended on an unrelated warrant.



Authorities have reported that a shooting at a gas station in Minneapolis early Friday morning resulted in the death of a 14-year-old Frank Miller.

According to a press release from the Minneapolis Police Department, officers were called to the 2600 block of University Avenue Northeast following reports of gunfire.

Upon arrival, they discovered the boy with a gunshot wound outside an SUV. He was transported to the hospital but succumbed to his injuries approximately three hours later.

Initial findings suggest that the teenager was inside an SUV with companions when occupants of another vehicle discharged firearms, as stated by the police.

“No other injuries were reported. The SUV was not reported stolen, and it remains unclear whether the suspect vehicle was stolen,” the press release states.

Additionally, a woman in her 30s was apprehended on an unrelated warrant.

Authorities are currently investigating the connection between her and the shooting, according to the police.

Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara remarked, “The combination of teenagers, Kias and Hyundais, and firearms has unfortunately become a familiar recipe for violent crime and tragedy.” He continued, “The loss of a young life on our streets is abhorrent and completely intolerable.

The MPD is committed to conducting a thorough investigation into this incident and will pursue justice for the victim and their family with determination.

However, it is imperative that we collectively work together to halt this disturbing trend of youth violence.”

Individuals with any information regarding this incident are urged to contact the police.

Furthermore, the public is encouraged to report any suspicious activities involving Kia or Hyundai vehicles carrying multiple teenagers by dialing 911.