The Madison Police Department is continuing the investigation into the shooting near Memorial Union that occurred Sept. 4, according to an incident report released Wednesday.
“Detectives believe there are many witnesses who have yet to come forward in this case, including some who may be able to identify a suspect,” MPD Public Information Officer Joel DeSpain wrote in the report.
In addition, DeSpain said in the release detectives are searching for a witness who provided information to the police moments after the shooting, but has not yet been identified.
“Detectives would like to have an additional conversation with this witness,” DeSpain wrote.
A 22-year-old man was shot in the abdomen just after midnight at a party on the 600 block of Mendota Court. Police have not released the name of any suspects nor did DeSpain provide any details on the victim. At the time of the shooting, he was expected to survive.