The Latest on the shooting of a black suspect by a white police officer in a Columbia suburb (all times local):

11:05 a.m.

State police say there is dash camera video of an incident involving the shooting of a black suspect by a white police officer in a Columbia enclave.

State Law Enforcement Division spokesman Thom Berry says the agency is still checking on surveillance video of the shooting early Thursday morning in Forest Acres, a small residential community surrounded by the city of Columbia. Officers in the area do not have body cameras.

Berry says a Forest Acres officer called to investigate a noise complaint found a male in a vehicle. Berry says the driver tried to strike the male officer with the vehicle, and the officer fired as the vehicle sped away.

Berry says the officer chased the vehicle, which crashed into an ATM at a credit union. SLED is investigating the chase, but no shots were fired then.

The driver suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to a hospital. There's no word on his condition. The officer wasn't hurt.

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7:55 a.m.

The State Law Enforcement Division in South Carolina is investigating the shooting of a black suspect by a white police officer in a Columbia suburb.

The shooting was reported around 1:30 a.m. Thursday in Forest Acres.

SLED spokesman Thom Berry says a Forest Acres police officer called to investigate a noise complaint found a male in a vehicle. Berry says the driver tried to strike the male officer with the vehicle and the officer fired as the vehicle sped away.

Berry says the officer chased the vehicle which crashed into an ATM at a credit union. SLED is investigating the chase, but no shots were fired then.

The driver suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to a hospital. There's no word on his condition. The officer wasn't hurt.