Pittsfield resident shot multiple times in city parking lot


PITTSFIELD — Police are investigating a shooting early Sunday that injured a city resident.

About 1:30 a.m., city police responded to reports of gunfire at 101 Fenn St., according to a statement released Sunday by Pittsfield Police Capt. Jeffrey Bradford.

The victim, a 32-year-old city resident, had been transported to Berkshire Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds before police arrived.

The statement did not identify the victim or include any information about their condition.

Members of the detective bureau and crime scene services recovered numerous shell casings and other evidence in a parking lot at Fenn and First streets.

Police were alerted to the shooting by the city's Shotspotter system, which was installed earlier this year.

The incident remains under investigation.

This story will be updated.


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