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Alpharetta police are still trying to find an Alpharetta man who shot another man on September 24th.

Alpharetta police say residents of Planters Ridge Lane reported hearing gun shots around 3:22 am. Police then responded and found a man who had been shot multiple times outside a home. He was then taken to North Fulton Hospital. Fortunately he is expected to survive. “We are looking for a male shooter who fled on foot,” said Alpharetta Public Safety Spokesman George Gordon.

The Alpharetta shooter is 32 year old Timothy C. Pierce. Pierce is a black male who drives a silver 2000 year model four door Honda Accord with tag PMC 5633. He is wanted for aggravated battery, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

He is considered armed and very dangerous. “He is on the run” said Gordon. “A significant number of law enforcement officers in the metro area are looking for him,” Gordon said.

The neighborhood where the shooting occurred is across the street from Manning Oaks Elementary School. The school was on lockdown for much of that day.

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