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Man killed in shooting; police seek suspect

A Salisbury man was killed in a shooting just after midnight Christmas morning, and Salisbury Police are searching for a suspect.
Officers responded to a “shots-fired” disturbance at 1024 North Jackson St., according to a release Friday from Steve Whitley, deputy chief of police.
Upon arrival, officers discovered a large party.
Antonio Jermaine Allen, 27, was found wounded by a gunshot and he later died.
Investigators worked throughout the early morning hours Friday and identified Antonio Marquell Jackson, 23, as the suspect in the shooting.
A warrant for murder has been issued for Jackson, who is considered to be armed and dangerous.
He is described as a black male, about 6 feet, 2 inches tall and 165 pounds. His last known address was listed as 1117 1-B Crosby St.
Anyone with information about where Jackson is should call the Salisbury Police Department at 704-638-5333.

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