Shooting Investigation Early Thursday Morning at Buckman Neighborhood Restaurant - One Person Critically Injured

Portland Police Bureau - 05/17/18 
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, at 12:34 a.m., Central Precinct officers responded to the report of gunfire at the Montage restaurant, located at 301 Southeast Morrison Street.

As officers responded to the location they learned that people were reporting hearing multiple gunshots at the Montage restaurant and that people had taken shelter inside a locked room in the restaurant.

Officers arrived on scene, entered the restaurant, and looked for injured victims and any suspects. During an initial search of the location and area, no suspects or victims were located. As officers continued to investigate the shooting, they located evidence of gunfire and evidence that someone was injured.

While officers continued the on scene investigation, an adult male victim arrived at an area hospital with gunshot wounds believed to have been suffered during this shooting. The victim remains in critical condition at an area hospital receiving treatment for his injuries.

Based on information gathered at this time, officers believe this was a targeted shooting and that there is no immediate danger to the public in regards to this shooting investigation.

Investigators continue to investigate this shooting, no suspects have been located or taken into custody at this time and there is no suspect description to provide at this time.

Based on the preliminary information, the Gang Enforcement Team will be conducting the investigation. Criminalists with the Forensics Evidence Division have also responded to assist with this investigation.

Anyone who witnessed this shooting and not spoken with investigators or who possesses video surveillance footage of the shooting or nearby area is asked to contact Portland Police Bureau Tactical Operations Division's Gang Enforcement Team Detective Brian Sims at 503-823-2079 or or Detective Meghan Burkeen at 503-823-2092 or

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