Several hours after the fact, there are still very few details available regarding the police shooting that resulted in the death of a man in New Auburn, Minnesota.
At 7:02 in the morning, the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) updated its Twitter page with the news that it is conducting an investigation into the “use-of-force” event, and that “further information to come” is forthcoming.
Later on, a spokesperson for the BCA disclosed to Bring Me The News that additional information would be forthcoming from the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office. The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office was the agency that was involved, and it is anticipated that more information will be made public “later” on Thursday.
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The identification of the man who was slain has not been made public just yet; however, the identity of the victim has been confirmed by a member of his family to the Star Tribune. The cop or officers that were involved have likewise not been identified at this time.
In spite of this, it is still unknown who shot the man and what happened during the incident that led to the shooting.
Nearly an hour’s drive west of the Twin Cities sits the small town of New Auburn, which has a population of just over 400 people.
There is currently no more information that can be provided.
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