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29 year old man killed in Hopewell shooting

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HOPEWELL, VA (WWBT) -

Hopewell Police are searching for the suspect responsible for a Saturday night homicide. 

Police tell us around 9:53 p.m. officers responded to the 500 Block of Nottingham Court for a report of shots being fired. When they arrived, they found 29 year old Calving Brothers suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Brothers was taken to John Randolph Medical Center and later died from his injuries.

Detectives say based on the investigation, it does not appear to be a random act. The Hopewell Police Department is asking any person who may have been traveling in and around the area of this incident and observed any suspicious person or vehicle, to contact Detective Mike Parsio of the Hopewell Police Department at (804) 541-2284.

Additionally, any person(s) who have information on this or any other crime occurring in the City of Hopewell may contact the Hopewell/Prince George Crime Solvers at 541-2202. You can also text-a-tip anonymously. Simply add "274637 (CRIMES)" to your Contacts list on your cellular phone and then text "igotcha" along with your message/tip. You will then be provided an ID number that you will use when checking the status of your tip OR picking up your reward.

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