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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 6, 2014) — Police have released a previous mug shot of the suspect in the shooting death of Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Perry Renn.

Major Davis, 25, is recovering at Eskenazi Hospital, after being shot in a gunfire exchange with police officers Saturday night. He is listed in critical but stable condition.

Officer Renn was fatally wounded after responding to 34th Street and Forest Manor Avenue on the city’s east side around 9:30 p.m. Saturday after receiving reports of gunshots fired.  He was the second officer to arrive on scene. Police said Davis approached another officer on scene while being “obviously upset.”

Davis refused to show his hands despite officers’ orders and walked away from the scene toward an alley, said police. As Davis was walking away, officers saw he was carrying an assault rifle, which led them to call for backup. Shortly after, officers heard several shots fired. Both Davis and Renn were found in the alley suffering from gunshot wounds. Police said witnesses reported seeing Davis fire shots at the officers and officers return fire.

Officer Renn has been with IMPD since December of 1993. He worked his entire career serving the East and North Districts. Renn was awarded the Medal of Bravery in 2003 and received a letter of recommendation in 2012 for his efforts during the Indiana State Fair Collapse. His funeral arrangements are pending.

Davis has been preliminarily charged with murder.

IMPD has lost five officers since September