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BRPD investigates deadly midday shooting on Brice Street

Police are collecting evidence in a deadly shooting on Brice Street in Baton Rouge (Source: WAFB/James Degraauw) Police are collecting evidence in a deadly shooting on Brice Street in Baton Rouge (Source: WAFB/James Degraauw)
The coroner is on the scene of a deadly shooting on Brice Street (Source: WAFB/James Degraauw) The coroner is on the scene of a deadly shooting on Brice Street (Source: WAFB/James Degraauw)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Police are investigating a midday shooting in Baton Rouge that left a man dead Tuesday.

The Baton Rouge Police Department reported Roman Epting, 28, of Baton Rouge, was shot and killed on Brice Street, which is off Government Street.

Officials added he was shot multiple times and his body was found inside a vacant home. 

Investigators said a man was seen running from the scene shortly after shots were fired. A detailed description was not given.

If you know anything regarding the identity of the suspect or the shooting, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 344-7867.

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