Police hunt for suspect in deadly Austin shooting

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Austin police are searching for a 24-year-old man in connection to a downtown shooting that killed one person and injured four people. The suspect has been identified as Endicott McCray. Police have issued a 1st-degree murder warrant for him and a $2 million bond has been set.

Austin police are searching for a 24-year-old man in connection to a downtown shooting that killed one person and injured four people.

The suspect has been identified as Endicott McCray. Police have issued a 1st-degree murder warrant for him and a $2 million bond has been set.

The shooting occurred on Sixth Street, a popular nightlife district, where the suspect pulled out a weapon and began firing into the crowd early Sunday morning, according to police.

A woman, believed to be in her 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene, Austin Police Chief of Staff Brian Manley said in a news conference.

Three victims — all women in their 30s — were taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge with gunshot wounds. One additional victim refused treatment.

McCray is 5 feet 9 inches tall, 130 pounds, with long corn rows and a goatee, according to the Austin Police Department.

By Joe Sutton