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Police hunt for man who shot estranged wife, her boyfriend

Police are looking for a man who they say shot two people, including his estranged wife, and then left the scene.

According to the Miami Police Department the occurred at 308 N.W. 67 Street in Miami at approximately 1:40 a.m. Saturday. Police said a male and female were shot.

According to detectives, the shooter, identified at Timothy Wynn, is the husband of the woman he shot. Wynn,36, and his wife are in the process of getting a divorce, but still lived together.

The woman said her husband recently became ill and was living at her home for the past couple of days. She said she was away from her home when she received a call from Wynn saying he was sick and would like food.

Shortly before the call, the woman and her current boyfriend arrived at the house. But things took a turn for the worse. A verbal disagreement began between Wynn and his wife as she sat in a vehicle with her boyfriend.

According to police, that’s when Wynn took a hand gun and shot his wife once in her arm before shooting her boyfriend in his right arm and both of his legs.

Police believed that Wynn barricaded himself inside of the home. SWAT and a Hostage Negotiator were immediately called out to the scene. After a couple of hours, SWAT went into the home but did not find Wynn.

Wynn is wanted for Attempted Murder.

He is 5’ 9” and approximately 200 pounds. He is considered to be armed and dangerous.

Police said he is know to frequent the area of NW 1 Avenue and 64th Street.

Detectives of the Miami Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit are investigating and urging anyone with information to call them at (305) 603-6645. Those with information that wish to remain anonymous may call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (4877).

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