Police: Car Possibly Used in Shooting of Paramedic Found

A car has been seized near the area where a paramedic was shot and killed.

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    Police have found a car that may have a connection to the April 2 fatal shooting of San Jose paramedic Quinn Boyer, pictured.

    Police have retrieved a vehicle that may have been used in the fatal shooting of a San Jose parademic, according to reports.

    Quinn Boyer, 34, was shot April 2 in the Oakland hills near Horace Mann Elementary School, according to the Oakland Tribune.

    The Dublin man was a San Jose paramedic. He was shot in the head by someone driving a Honda Civic who pulled up beside him at noon that day. He died April 4 after his car crashed into a ravine, the newspaper discovered.

    A car was discovered at 3:30 p.m. April 3, after residents reported seeing a "suspicious vehicle," the newspaper reported.

    Police did not specify the make and model of the car, and did not say why the car was linked to the crime, the newspaper reported.

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    Boyer was a native of Oakland.