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Rostraver Township police seek Duquesne man for alleged Feb. 15 shooting

Paul Peirce
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Rostraver Township police obtained an arrest warrant for an Allegheny County man who allegedly shot a man during a robbery inside an apartment earlier this month.

Solomon Reddick-Barker, 18, of Duquesne, is charged with aggravated assault, robbery, terroristic threats, reckless endangerment and carrying a firearm without a license in connection with the 4:30 p.m. Feb. 15 shooting at the Rostraver Apartments complex.

Police Sgt. Ronald Naylor alleges that Reddick-Barker and another unidentified man went to the second floor apartment of Jason Allen, pulled out a handgun and demanded cash.

Naylor alleges Reddick-Barker fired a shot into the floor and then shot Allen in his left hip during a struggle. .

According to court documents, Reddick-Barker and the other man fled the apartment with a backpack.

Allen was treated at Monongahela Valley Hospital in Carroll Township, but transferred to UPMC Presbyterian hospital for surgery.

Anyone with information on Reddick-Barker’s whereabouts can call police at 724-929-4111.

Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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