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Update: Preliminary autopsy results for Amarillo man shot at bar

Amarillo, TX - Preliminary autopsy results have been released for an Amarillo man who was shot and killed over the weekend.

Results show that 20-year old Tevin Manning died from a gunshot wound to the chest.

It happened at The Legend on 600 W. Amarillo Boulevard.

Manning's girlfriend Marshay Majors tells us she heard gun shots but by the time she got to the scene it was too late.

The Amarillo Police Department says Manning was taken to the hospital by a private vehicle where he was pronounced dead.

We're told two other victims wounded in the shooting suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Right now special crimes is following up on some leads.

Manning's girlfriend tells us she was right next door when the incident happened.

"He asked me to go and put the truck up, I put the truck up and came back to move a car. I was moving one of my cars over here when I heard the gun shots so we all took off running. I ran off and he was laying face down. His friends tried to pick him up but they came back through the parking lot shooting like they didn't want him to be picked up," says Marsha Majors, girlfriend of Tevin Manning.

Family and loved one's of Tevin Manning are asking for your help to find the person responsible for his death.

If you have any information regarding this incident you are asked to call Special Crimes at 806-378-9468 or Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.

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