Police arrest man connected to Walmart shooting

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One of the vehicles involved in a shooting incident May 3, 2020, in the Manchester Walmart parking lot. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings
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Police at the scene of a shooting incident at Walmart on May 3, 2020. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings
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Police at the scene of a shooting incident that happened May 3, 2020 at Walmart on Gold Street. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Manchester Police have arrested a man in connection with an alleged shooting at the Gold Street Walmart on Sunday.

Colby Mann, 28, of Manchester was arrested after an investigation into the incident that occurred in the Walmart parking lot.

According to police, a man and a woman met in the parking lot to exchange items when they began to argue. At this point, Mann allegedly stepped in an pointed a gun at the man, who then pointed a gun back at Mann.

Mann was hit by a bullet and drove away, showing up later at a local hospital. The other man also suffered injuries related to an altercation that occurred after both men pulled their guns.

Mann was charged with alleged criminal threatening and will be arraigned from the hospital on May 4, 2020, under the supervision of Hillsborough County Superior Court – North.

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Colby Mann. Courtesy photo/Manchester Police

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