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Suspect In Fatal Shooting Outside Bethlehem Club Identified

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Ulysses Rodriguez is wanted in connection to a fatal shooting that occurred outside of a Bethlehem club in January. Ulysses Rodriguez is wanted in connection to a fatal shooting that occurred outside of a Bethlehem club in January.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -

Police in Bethlehem are looking for the man who investigators say is wanted in connection to a fatal shooting at club earlier this year.

Police say they are searching for Ulysses Rodriguez in connection to a January homicide.

One person, Tyree Wimberly, died after police say he was shot around 1:30 a.m. outside of Scoobie's Gentlemen's Club in Bethlehem. An autopsy revealed Wimberly died from multiple gunshot wounds to the chest.

According to investigators, a witness who was with the victim claimed they were approached by a man who asked if they wanted to buy marijuana.

When the two said they didn't want any, police say the suspect, Rodriguez, allegedly pulled out a gun and eventually fired it at Wimberly.

Wimberly was taken to St. Luke's University Hospital in Fountain Hill, where police say he was pronounced dead.

Rodriguez has no known address, according to investigators, but last lived on the 900 block of Walnut Street in Allentown. Police say a warrant for his arrest was issued Wednesday.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, you're asked to call the Bethlehem Police Department at 610-997-7682 or Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers at 1-800-426-TIPS.

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