MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Philando Castile’s family has confirmed to WCCO that he had a permit to carry a firearm when he was shot and killed by a St. Anthony Police officer last week.

Castile’s family provided WCCO with a copy of the permit Tuesday night.

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(credit: CBS)

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The document, dated June 4, 2015, lists Castile’s name and address, along with the rules guiding the permit to carry as defined by Minnesota statutes.

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Castile, 32, was shot and killed by Officer Jeronimo Yanez of the St. Anthony Police during a July 6 traffic stop. Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, live streamed the aftermath of the shooting on Facebook, and described the encounter. The video went viral and sparked worldwide outrage.

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In the video, Reynolds says the officer asked for Castile’s license and registration. Reynolds says Castile told the officer he had a permit to carry a firearm, then reached for his wallet before Officer Yanez fired. Because permits to carry firearms are not public record in Hennepin County, it was unconfirmed if Castile had a valid permit, until now.