Norwalk police have new lead in shooting

Norwalk police say they are looking for the public's help in tracking down a vehicle that may be connected with a shooting in April.Police say

NORWALK - Norwalk police say they are looking for the public's help in tracking down a vehicle that may be connected with a shooting in April.

Police say Patrick Priest was shot multiple times in the head on April 30 on West Cedar Street. They say Priest was found face down in a parking lot near Colonial Village.

Police hope new photos of a car belonging to the possible suspect can help the investigation.

Meanwhile, officials say Priest continues to recover.

Anyone with information is asked to call Norwalk police at (203) 854-3000

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