A suspect has been identified in the shooting in Lower Downtown in Denver last weekend. The incident left five people injured. The suspect has been identified as Keanna Rosenburgh.

The Denver Police Department (DPD) has asked the public for help in finding her.

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Who is Keanna Rosenburgh?

Keanna Rosenburgh has been named as the shooter in the shooting that occurred on September 16, the Denver Police Department (DPD) announced on Thursday. A warrant for her arrest has been issued by the authorities on account of eight counts of attempted first-degree murder. There are five counts for those who were shot directly and three counts for everyone who was nearby at the time of the occurrence but escaped unscathed.

The shooting took place on Market Street, more especially in the 1900 block in the early hours of Saturday night. Police investigations revealed that a woman was first turned away from a club owing to problems with her ID. She left but came back immediately for another chat with the security guards.

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Five people were hurt as a result of the woman brandishing a gun and firing it repeatedly in the direction of the club after she left for the second time. Authorities claim that it is possible that these victims were not the intended victims.

Officers, some of whom were off-duty but nearby, quickly reacted after the shooting and located a total of five adult victims. The injured people were quickly taken to the hospital after the police determined that their wounds were not life-threatening.

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According to dispatch audio, the incident happened outside of Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row. Anyone with information on the case is requested to call Crime Stoppers or submit a tip online. The informants have the choice to remain anonymous and could be qualified for a reward of up to $2,000 for their assistance.