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Edmonton shooting victim ID'd

An autopsy has been completed on the 33-year-old man who died after being shot in downtown Edmonton late Monday afternoon.

An autopsy has been completed on the 33-year-old man shot in downtown Edmonton late Monday afternoon.

Dale Maloney, 33, died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds. Maloney is believed to have grown up in St. John's.

Police confirmed Monday that the man was shot several times in the abdomen around 4 p.m. The shots were fired behind

Joey’s on Jasper Avenue and 113th Street.

Police said shots rang out during a dispute between two groups of people in a parking lot and that the victim and the suspects did not appear to know each other. 

The Joey Restaurant Group said Tuesday that it was "shocked" by the shooting that occurred in the parking lot outside the Jasper Avenue location.

"This incident was very distressing for our employees and our guests," the release read,

On Monday police said the man shot, now known to be Maloney, was assisted by an off-duty nurse and paramedic who were in the area. Police and EMS treated him at the scene and then he was transported to hospital. He died several hours later.

Two men were seen fleeing the scene in a black SUV.

The empty suspect vehicle was found by police a short time later.

Homicide detectives continue to investigate.

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