Fargo Police seek public's help to find overnight shooting suspect

Angel J. Milete, age 21, is wanted for aggravated assault with a gun.

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Angel Milete
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FARGO — Police here want the public to help them find a man suspected of shooting two other people downtown early Sunday, May 29.

About 1 a.m., Fargo Police responded to a call for service at the intersection of Second Avenue North and Broadway for reports of gunshots fired. Multiple gunshots were fired by a suspect who fled the scene prior to the arrival of officers, police said.

Two victims were taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Police say the suspect, 21-year-old Angel J. Milete from Fargo, was last seen wearing black pants and a black T-shirt.

Police say Milete should be considered armed and dangerous and members of the public should not approach or attempt to apprehend him. If a member of the public sees Milete, they are asked to call 9-1-1 immediately to relay details such as the location Milete was last seen, the type of the vehicle he was driving, the last known direction of travel, descriptions of the clothing he was wearing and information about anyone who may have been accompanying Milete.

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