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Fight over car sale may have led to man's death

Posted at 11:25 PM, Feb 20, 2018

Las Vegas police believe a used car sale might have led to a fight which ended in a man's death Tuesday night. 

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Investigators responded to the 1000 block of Vernon Avenue near Rancho Drive and Washington Avenue around 6 p.m. Tuesday. Neighbors reported hearing people fighting in a driveway before shots were fired.

Police believe the man in his 30s was shot in a driveway and stumbled into the street. 

He died at UMC Trauma after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds. 

Las Vegas police Lt. Dan McGrath said the man might have gone to the home near Rancho and Washington for some type of used car sale. Other circumstances surrounding the shooting were unclear. 

No one was arrested at the time. The Clark County coroner will identify the deceased after relatives have been notified. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.