UPDATED | August 3, 2016 1:52 PM


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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Police say they’ve found the man suspected of opening fire in a crowded downtown Austin entertainment district and killing a bystander.

The Austin Police Department said U.S. Marshals arrested 24-year-old Endicott McCray in Atlanta on Wednesday morning.

Austin police are looking for 24-year-old Endicott McCray as a person of interest in a deadly shooting. (credit: Austin Police Dept.)

Austin police are looking for 24-year-old Endicott McCray as a person of interest in a deadly shooting. (credit: Austin Police Dept.)

McCray had been wanted since the shooting early Sunday that police say caused “chaos” along Austin’s famed Sixth Street — an area famous for the varied number of music clubs.

Authorities say McCray was likely aiming for someone else when he fired a gun and hit and killed a 20-year-old woman who was downtown with her wife. Three other women were also hospitalized.

A judge this week signed a warrant and set bond for McCray at $2 million.

Court documents show that a witness told police that McCray pulled a handgun out of his waistband and began firing after being shoved by another man.

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