By Alan Gionet

UPDATE: Pat And Shannon Huhn Identified As Cincinnati Couple Shot While Renting Car In Denver

DENVER (CBS4)– One man was dead and one woman was injured in a shooting at 3rd and Broadway in Denver’s Baker neighborhood on Friday afternoon. Denver police officers rushed to the shooting at the Enterprise Rent-A-Car around 1 p.m.

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When officers arrived, they found two people who had been shot in the parking lot. The man died at the hospital and the woman was last listed in critical condition. Police said the victims were customers of the rental car business. No employees at the business were hurt.

“Right now there is no indication there’s any connection between the victims and the suspect,” said Joe Montoya, division chief of investigations for the Denver Police Department.

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After the shooting, the suspect jogged away to the north, making it about a block. “I heard a couple of gunshots, I looked out my window and I saw someone jogging away and some girl pointing at him yelling saying, screaming, I couldn’t make out what she was saying,” said witness Matthew Dodge.

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One adult male was taken into custody when police followed the man inside a business. Video from inside Baker Wine and Spirits showed the man coming in and appearing to calmly walk toward a back corner. Moments later police came in with guns drawn. The man surrendered peacefully.

Police were also disturbed by the shooting. “It’s really a sad time right now that there’s so much violence going on involving weapons, “ said Montoya. “Our hearts go out to the families and our hearts go out to this community.”

Police continue to search for a female who may be connected to the suspect who was arrested in the shooting. Officers are also searching for a vehicle, a silver Chrysler 200 with license plate #ALO-I76. That vehicle has visible damage on the front driver’s side quarter panel above the tire.

“We know that that person was not involved in this shooting. They that they were together at this point. We have no idea whether or not they’re armed. Or whether they’re a danger to the community so we want to get this person contacted as soon as possible,” said Montoya.

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Police urged anyone with information about the shooting to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP(7867).

Alan Gionet