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Minivan driven by Scott County shooting suspects recovered

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Updated at 7:25 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, 2014 --  A spokesperson from the Scott County Sheriff's Department said the minivan was located in the northern part of Davenport around 4:15 p.m.

Police said a citizen called law enforcement to report that it had been spotted.

The suspects were not near the vehicle and are still at large, police said. The van is being processed as evidence.

Original post published at 2:20 p.m. -- 

As a Davenport man recovers from two gunshot wounds, police are on the lookout for two suspects and a minivan.

Early Monday morning, July 28, 2014, police said 43-year-old Gabriel Almanza called 911 from a roadside ditch saying he had been shot in the legs.

Deputies located the injured man in the 20,000 block of 210th Street in rural Scott County.

Police were looking for the vehicle that two suspects drove off in, a blue 1999 Ford Windstar minivan with the Iowa license plate 016 RIX. That plate is listed as stolen.

The driver’s side door has been replaced and is a teal or green color. Also, the minivan has damage to the rear from a previous unrelated accident, police say.

If you see the minivan you are asked to call 911.

According to Lt. Bryce Schmidt, the suspects are two black men about 30 years old. One is about 5-feet, 9-inches tall, 130 pounds, and the other is about 5-feet, 6-inches tall and about 140 pounds. They are considered armed and dangerous.