State police Capt. Stephen Jones said that police have recovered a number of weapons after the shooting Monday afternoon that left one man dead and four others hurt.
More 911 calls came in reporting that four males arrived in the parking lot of the Wawa store on Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township, each with gunshot wounds.
Authorities also found a third vehicle - a black Dodge Ram pickup truck with a temporary DE license plate - that may have been involved.
State Police say they believe that the people in two cars involved in the shootout knew each other and it was not a random act.
Police identify the victim as 22-year-old Rosemund Octavius, of Egg Harbor Township. The driver of the vehicle, Anthony Hicks, 24, of Mays Landing was not injured and stated that Octavius had been shot as he was driving down the Expressway.
Police and canine officers traced the path of the vehicle to a location near the Wawa, where they say they found four weapons, including three handguns and an AK style assault rifle.
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State police Capt. Stephen Jones said police were investigating whether a third auto was involved in the shooting based on witness tips. The Mays Landing man wasn't injured but does face weapons charges that were announced Tuesday.
The 16-year-old boy was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for unlawful objective, possession of an assault weapon and possession of a defaced firearm. Troopers charged five suspects, including four adults and one juvenile, with weapons offenses.
The men in the Expedition are charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, second-degree possession of a weapon for unlawful goal, third-degree possession of an assault weapon and second-degree possession of a defaced firearm. The truck, which has a temporary DE license plate, was last seen traveling eastbound on the expressway and may have taken an exit toward Pleasantville, Atlantic County. They had released photos of the truck that were taken by security cameras before and after the shooting occurred.
The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office also worked on the case, police said. Police are still searching for that vehicle and its occupants. He said that no other vehicles were hit by bullets. Authorities said at least one victim had "serious" injuries.
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Soon afterward, troopers got a call for medical attention five miles east and one north, at mile marker 39 on the Garden State Parkway, police said.