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Tucson Police find body in a car involved in drive-by shooting

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Police are saying they have found one of the vehicles involved in a drive-by shooting that happened on Sunday, June 8. 

Inside the vehicle was the body of man, identified as Jesus Alvarez Ruiz, with obvious signs of gunshot wounds. 

Tucson Police officers located the white car behind an industrial building on the 6200 block of South Sears Boulevard.  According to TPD officials calls came in last Sunday on a drive-by shooting near Valencia and Tucson Boulevard, but when they arrived at the scene officers could find no evidence of a shooting.

TPD officials are saying they have found and contacted the driver of the white car, who also sustained injuries, but they were not life-threatening.

Detectives are still investigating the case and ask that anyone with information on the drive-by shooting call 911. 

Stay with Tucson News Now for updates on this situation as they come in.

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