Lorain police searching for clues in shooting death of 19-year-old

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LORAIN, Ohio - SWAT teams were called out to a Lorain home Sunday after a shooting victim showed up at a local hospital and later died.

Police say that they were called to  West 22nd and Beech Avenue Sunday at around 12:30 p.m. for a report of shots being fired.

Charles Pierre-Louis, Jr. (Photo courtesy of Lorain Police)

Right after this, 19-year-old Keshawndrae Carter, of Lorain, who was thought to be related to the call arrived at Mercy Hospital in Lorain with gunshot wounds. He passed away from his injuries there.

Lorain Police are looking for Charles Pierre-Louis, Jr. of Lorain, who they believe has important information about the shooting. They are not naming him as a suspect, but are asking that anyone who knows where he is call detectives at 440-204-2105 or the Lorain dispatch center at 440-204-2100. Pierre-Louis is known to carry firearms, and police are stressing that anyone seeing him should not approach him themselves.

Police are also trying to identify the owner of the vehicle pictured above, which they believe is the suspect vehicle in the homicide.