NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- Authorities released the name of the person who died of an apparent self-inflicted gun shot during an investigation in North Liberty.
Iowa City Police responded to a robbery report Tuesday around 12:34 a.m. near Center and Davenport Streets.
Police say the robbery victim knew the suspects, and one of the suspects hit him with the pistol, and fired a shot away from the victim.
As their investigation continued, ICPD notified North Liberty police the suspects may be at a home at 60 David Lee Court.
Around 2:20 a.m., North Liberty police officers went to the address and spotted a vehicle linked to the robbery. They notified Iowa City police.
Then around 5:10 a.m., as officers started to speak to people at that address, there were gunshots from inside the home. Officers quickly evacuated the people they were talking with, along with neighbors.
The Johnson County Special Emergency Response Team came in to clear the home. Around 8 a.m., authorities found a man's body inside.
North Liberty Police identified him as 21-year-old Dairion Bradley of Cedar Rapids. A witness told police Bradley shot himself, and North Liberty police say evidence at the scene points to that, but their investigation continues.
Iowa City police arrested two juvenile suspects on robbery charges. Police have not said whether Bradley was involved with the robbery.