Police Seek Suspects in Fatal Shooting at Manchester Restaurant - NBC Connecticut

Police Seek Suspects in Fatal Shooting at Manchester Restaurant

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    1 Man Injured in Shooting at Manchester Restaurant

    Police are investigating a shooting at a restaurant near Buckland Hills in Manchester.

    (Published Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017)

    Police are looking for two people in connection with a fatal shooting at a restaurant near Buckland Hills in Manchester. 

    Manchester police said the incident happened at Bonchon Restaurant on Pleasant Valley Road.

    Norris Jackson, a 36-year-old Hartford man, was shot and transported to Hartford Hospital in critical condition. He was pronounced dead Sunday night, according to police.

    Police are searching for 28-year-old James Goolsby and 23-year-old Leanne Robitaille, both of Manchester, co-workers of Jackson. Investigators said both should be considered armed and dangerous.

    Manchester police are searching for James Goolsby (left) and Leanne Robitaille in connection with a shooting at the Bonchon Restaurant on Pleasant Valley Road Saturday.
    Photo credit: Manchester Police Department

    Anyone with information on their whereabouts should call Manchester police at 860-645-5561. Anyone who spots the suspects should contact local law enforcement immediately.

    The restaurant franchise released the following statement.

    "We at Bonchon Franchise are deeply saddened by the tragic shooting in Manchester, CT today, and are deeply concerned about the family and friends who are suffering. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim and their family as we also respect their privacy during this ordeal."

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