23-year-old Austin Granger of Lafayette has been identified as the man who died in a shooting on Interstate 10 on Monday morning. He was pronounced dead at the hospital on Monday.

According to the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office, the shooting - which happened near Mile Marker 105 just after 2:00 a.m. - also injured two other victims. Fortunately, one of those victims has been released from the hospital. The other victim is listed in stable condition.

I-10 between La. Avenue and 105 Exits, google street view
I-10 between La. Avenue and 105 Exits, google street view

Detectives need your help as very little information is available and an arrest in the case still has not been made. Contact the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office at (337) 232-9211, Crime Stoppers at (337) 232-TIPS(8477) or submit a tip on the Lafayette Sheriff App.

“I commend our detectives for working tirelessly to investigate this crime, and all others, to the fullest to ensure justice is served for the citizens who trust us to protect them every day,” said Sheriff Garber.

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