GLENDALE, AZ  (3TV/CBS 5) -- Police are searching for a suspect after a deadly shooting in Glendale Friday morning. 

According to Glendale Police Department, the shooting occurred in a neighborhood near the intersection of 69th Avenue and West Utopia Road. 

“I was sitting on the back porch of my house there off Utopia here and I heard seven or eight pops," said a neighbor named Gary who declined to give his last name. 

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Around 10:15 a.m., police went to the area and found a dead man outside of his home in the driveway. 

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Two other people were in the house, but one else was found harmed, police say.

Police say the shooting happened after an argument. The suspect reportedly left the area in a car, and knew the man who was shot and killed. 

"We don’t see a lot of violent crime occurring in this neighborhood. And we just hope neighbors are able to report any information that they saw," said Glendale PD Officer Tiffany Ngalula. 

The identity of the victim has not been disclosed at this time, and police aren't yet naming the suspect. 

"My kids play outside all the time. Especially with him being on the loose, you don’t want that. Hope they catch him," said neighbor Adam Amabile. 

Glendale Police says they're looking for any home surveillance footage that might have caught the incident on camera.  


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