Man shot following Twista, King L concert in Iowa

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<small><strong>King Louie | Sun-Times file</strong></small>

King Louie | Sun-Times file

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Police say a Minnesota man was shot following a rap concert in Iowa.

The West Des Moines Police Department says officers were directing traffic after the concert at the Val Air Ballroom when they heard at least one shot just before 2 a.m. Monday. The show featured Chicago rappers Twista and King Louie, also known as King L.

Sgt. Brent Kock says 24-year-old Daroyce Mills, of Burnsville, Minnesota, was shot in the abdomen. He was taken to a Des Moines hospital, where police say he was listed in stable condition Monday.

No suspects have been identified.

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