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Police search for gunman in Clayton shooting

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The Clayton County Police Department is searching for whoever fired the shot that killed a teenager Monday night.

Police say Devin Jackson, 18, was in an apartment on Upper Riverdale Road in Jonesboro when someone fired an assault rifle outside in the parking lot.

The incident happened shortly after midnight at the Ashwood Ridge apartment complex.

The victim was struck while sitting on a couch inside an apartment, according to police.

Jackson was rushed to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Investigators released a sketch Thursday of the gunman. He is described as a black male with a stocky build and a low hair cut.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Clayton Police.

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