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BREAKING: Memphis Man Is Gunning Down People Randomly On Facebook Live, Suspect At Large

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UPDATE: Ezekiel Kelly, 19, who was wanted for a shooting spree in Memphis is in custody after crashing a stolen car in Whitehaven, law enforcement says.

According to Breaking 911, citizens in Memphis Tennessee were being terrorized Wednesday afternoon and into the evening as police searched for a man shooting people at random.

According to local media, multiple people were shot in multiple locations and the suspect was streaming the violence on Facebook live. The exact number of victims was unknown.

Police said the suspect, identified as 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly, was possibly driving a blue Infinity. Police later said he was in a grey Toyota SUV.

GRAPHIC! A young black male live-streaming himself carrying out random shootings.

Joyce Peterson, a local TV journalist in the Memphis area reported live at a BP gas station at the Norris Road exit off of I 240. “This is one of several shooting scenes connected to the same suspect. We are headed to [the] next scene on East Trigg. STAY HOME,” she reported.

Memphis Police Department also put out a warning Wednesday evening as the attacks were being carried out. “ALERT!! ARMED AND DANGEROUS!!!”

“Be on the lookout for a male Black occupying a blue or silver sedan (possibly an Infiniti or Nissan) who is responsible for multiple shootings. We are getting reports that he is recording his actions on Facebook. We do not have a specific location of where he is now”, the Twitter update read.

Memphis police are asking that anyone with information about his whereabouts call 911 immediately.

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