Gunfire Erupts at Austin Market, Three Injured

A Sunday afternoon visit to a Southeast Austin market turned violent after a shooting left three people injured.

The incident occurred around 9 pm at the 812 Market on FM 812 near US 183, according to Travis County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) officials.

Details regarding the altercation remain unclear, but investigators believe it stemmed from a dispute between individuals who knew each other according to the source cbsaustin

The argument escalated to gunfire, leaving one victim with life-threatening injuries. Two others sustained non-life-threatening wounds and were treated at local hospitals.

The TCSO quickly apprehended one suspect, while a manhunt continues for a second individual believed to be involved in the shooting.

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Authorities have released a description of the at-large suspect and are urging anyone with information to come forward.

The shooting has caused a sense of unease within the community, prompting calls for increased security measures at the market.

The TCSO is investigating the incident thoroughly and working to ensure the apprehension of the remaining suspect.

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