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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police say they have a possible suspect in the investigation into a car that drove through a crowd of people protesting the fatal shooting of Antwon Rose on Friday night.

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Hundreds of people marched through Downtown Pittsburgh and the North Shore on Friday during the third day of protests over the death of 17-year-old Antwon Rose, who was shot and killed by East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld on June 19.

Friday’s protest ended up outside PNC Park, where a Pirates game was taking place.

Around 11 p.m., a car drove through the crowd. Several people chased and hit the car, but the driver did not stop.

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According to Pittsburgh Police, one person suffered an ankle injury and another suffered a back injury and contusions.


Police have been investigating the incident and they said Tuesday that they had obtained the license plate of the vehicle and have a possible suspect.


The investigation is ongoing as police continue to gather and review additional evidence, including videos and witness accounts. Investigators have also consulted with the District Attorney’s Office.

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Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has information on the car is asked to contact Zone 2 Police at (412) 255-2827.