Teen in Annapolis shooting dies from injuries

WASHINGTON — The teenager who was shot in Annapolis and taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries has died.

Police responded to a report of a shooting Saturday before 5 p.m. on President Street between Van Buren and Monroe streets. They found a 17-year-old male victim shot.

The victim has been identified as Terry Bosley of Annapolis. He was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, which he later died from, according to a news release from the Annapolis Police Department.

Police said that Bosley was walking with a group of people on President Street and one person in the group shot him. The suspect and the rest of the group fled in a small, blue vehicle. Police believe Bosley knew the suspect.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information should contact Detective Tom Pyles or Detective Charles Bealefeld at 410-260-3439 or via email at tnpyles@annapolis.gov or cebealefeld@annapolis.gov. If people wish to stay anonymous, they can also contact the Annapolis Police Tip Line at 410-280-CLUE or at Metro Crime Stoppers.

Below is a map of where Bosley was shot.

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