MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Hennepin County Medical Examiner says a Plymouth woman, killed by her fiancé, died from multiple injuries.

Trisha Nelson, 28, died from multiple gunshot wounds and sharp force injuries.

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Police say her longtime boyfriend, Corey Perry, chased her from an SUV then shot her on a busy street in Plymouth last week.

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Officers later confronted Perry at the couple’s apartment building, and he was killed in a shootout.

Nelson’s friends say she considered leaving Perry because he was controlling and emotionally abusive.

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Perry’s family thinks he had an untreated mental illness.