Vermont state police investigate non-fatal shooting in Rockingham

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ROCKINGHAM — A man was critically injured in a shooting Monday night in Rockingham, prompting an investigation by the Vermont State Police.

Authorities were called to a residence on Hartley Hill Road around 5:50 p.m. following reports of a shooting.

Upon arrival, first responders discovered an adult male with life-threatening injuries.

The victim received immediate medical attention at the scene before being transported to Springfield Hospital.

He was later transferred to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

A suspect has been detained in connection with the incident, which investigators believe to be an isolated event, posing no further risk to the community.

The Vermont State Police is withholding the identities of those involved until the investigation progresses and family members have been informed.

The inquiry is being conducted by the Vermont State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigations, Field Force Division, Crime Scene Search Team, and Victim Services Unit.

Members of the public with information relevant to the case are encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police in Westminster at 802-722-4600.

As the investigation is ongoing, no additional details have been released at this time.

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