Police identify person killed in shooting behind a Madison Kroger

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MADISON, Ala. – Madison Police are investigating a shooting at the Kroger on Wall Triana Highway on Sunday afternoon.

Madison Police identified the victim as Zeandre Marjuan Paul Zachary, 25, of Huntsville but said he had been living in Florida.

Police said they received the call around 4:00 p.m. and when they arrived, officers said they found Zachary suffering from a gunshot wound. Major John Stringer with Madison Police Department said aid was given before he was transported to the Huntsville Hospital ER where life-saving measures began. “A short time later, unfortunately, the victim was pronounced dead,” says Stringer.

Police are working to piece together what led to the shooting. “That includes our crime scene investigators looking to see if there are any areas that had video on the parking lot on the rear of the Kroger area,” says Stringer.

WHNT News 19’s crew on scene said officers took pictures of the scene and looked through cars.

Police say investigators believe the shooting was an isolated incident and there is no immediate danger to the public.

Detectives said they are seeking out a person of interest at this time only described as a light skin, black male.

Stringer says investigators are working with local law enforcement and federal agencies will also be involved. Anyone with information is asked to call Madison Police at (256) 722-7190 or (256) 772-5689.

 

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