A Warrenton man died because of gunshot wounds in Prince William County early Saturday.

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A Warrenton man died because of gunshot wounds in Prince William County early Saturday.

County cops responded to Club Tempo in Dumfries shortly after 2 a.m. and located a 38-year-old man affected by gunshot wounds in entrance of the membership at 17650 Possum Point Road, in line with a information launch.

“The investigation revealed a struggle had occurred in entrance of the situation the place officers positioned a 38-year-old man affected by gunshot wounds,” the discharge states. “Officers offered first help to the person who was transported to an space hospital and later died from his accidents. Two autos within the parking zone have been additionally struck by gunfire.”

The deceased was recognized as Carvell Jarmain Williams of Warrenton.

No extra accidents have been reported.

No suspects have been positioned, in line with the discharge. Police say preliminarily the incident doesn’t seem like random.

Detectives are investigating the incident to find out what led as much as the capturing and are looking for to talk with anybody who witnessed the altercation or has data to assist within the investigation.

Anyone with data is requested to contact Prince William County police at 703-792-6500 or submit a tip on-line at pwcva.gov/policetip.