Rock Falls Police release video surveillance of shooting suspect-UPDATED

ROCK FALLS, Ill. (KWQC) - UPDATE: Police have released surveillance camera footage of the shooting suspect entering and leaving the bar.

UPDATE: Police have released the identities of four people who were wounded in Saturday night's shooting.

Police say that upon their arrival, 29-year-old Mason Preston, 52-year-old Thomas Parvin, 52-year-old Steve Addington, and 26-year-old Trenton Shepard were located inside the bar with gun shot wounds. All of them are expected to recover.

Police are still looking for the shooter, a white male wearing khaki shorts and a blue shirt. He was armed with a hand gun at the time of the shooting.

The Rock Falls Police Department was assisted by the Illinois State Police crime scene technicians, Sterling Police, Whiteside County Sheriff, Prophetstown Police, Tampico Police, and the Lee County Sheriffs Department.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call Crimestoppers or the Rock Falls Police Department at 815-622-1140.

ORIGINAL: A gunman is still at large after a shooting at The Cooler bar in Rock Falls, Ill. Saturday night, April 15, 2017.

Witnesses say shots were fired around 9:30 pm. Rock Falls Police and the Illinois State Police responded to the scene several minutes later.

Police say victims were transported to CHG Medical Center in Sterling, but it's unclear how many victims were taken in for medical attention, and what caused the shooting to happen.

Police say the incident is still under investigation.


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