The Metropolitan Police Department has identified the officer who shot a man in south Las Vegas on Sunday.
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The Metropolitan Police Department reported the shooting just after 2 p.m. and said it happened on the 10800 block of Rosalba Street.
The vehicle left the scene. Police said the pedestrian suffered non-life threatening injuries.