Shooting suspect on the run in West Michigan

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — The suspect in an overnight shooting in the southwest corner of Michigan could be in some of the area’s biggest cities.

Benton Harbor police and partnering departments are looking for 23-year-old Uriah Beauford. He’s been identified as the suspect in a shooting that happened just after 10 p.m. Monday in the 700 block of Vineyard in Benton Harbor.

A 41-year-old woman was found inside a home with a gunshot wound. She is in the hospital in stable condition.

Investigators say Beauford should be considered armed and dangerous. If you spot him, police say you should not approach him. Tips should be called into the Benton Harbor Police tipline 269-927-0293 or through the department’s mobile app.

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  • Common cents

    I am sure that this must be fake news. I can’t believe that a black male has committed a violent crime with a gun that Iam sure he purchased legally a d has no criminal record. Perhaps if we had laws that made it illegal to carry a weapon witout a permit and a background check and a law againt murder this would have never happened.

  • lml25

    They say he might be in Kalamazoo,GR,Battle Creek. Bliss wants him here–for more diversity. Just wondering,why don’t black thugs ever run to Coopersville,Ravenna or Jamestown?

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