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West Price Hill shooting leaves one dead on Glenway Avenue

Posted at 11:24 AM, Sep 30, 2018

CINCINNATI -- A Sunday morning shooting in West Price Hill left one person dead and witnesses shook up.

Police are still looking for the killer who shot 32-year-old Bryant Green. The shooting happened in broad daylight - about 10:20 a.m. - in the 4100 block of busy Glenway Avenue, outside the Sheakley Boys & Girls Club. That's just a few blocks from Elder and Seton High Schools.

Charles Loechel said he lives near Glenway and Dewey and he heard four shots from a high-powered gun.

“I ran to the corner to see what's going on," Loechel said.  "I saw a young man laying on the ground. Tried to help."  

WATCH witnesses talk about the shooting in the video above.

Loechel said he has young kids and he was worried that they might have been outside and caught in a crossfire.

 Another witness, Michael Henderson, said Green was hit three times.

"They found the shells,” Henderson said. “All of a sudden we heard a ‘pop, pop, pop. ‘ "

The shooter ran toward him, Henderson said.

 "I saw the dude come running this way. We went behind the counter," Henderson said.

He said he wasn't able to get a good description of the shooter.

Police said the shooter was wearing a gray hoodie and was last seen on Dewey Avenue.

If you have any information about this shooting, police ask you to call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.