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Video: Suspect, person of interest sought in fatal shooting on SEPTA bus, police say

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PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a shooter and a person of interest in connection with a fatal shooting on a SEPTA bus in Philadelphia.

The shooting took place on Wednesday night inside a bus on the 5200 block of Germantown Avenue, police say. According to investigators, a confrontation between the suspect and a young man broke out on the bus before shots were fired.

Officials say responding officers found the victim on the floor of the bus bleeding from a gunshot wound to the chest. The victim was rushed to Einstein Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Related According to investigators, eight passengers were on the bus at the time of the shooting.The City of Philadelphia is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.

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