State police searching for two vehicles that may be connected to a fatal shooting in Litchfield Monday

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Connecticut State Police are searching for two cars that may be connected to a fatal shooting in Litchfield Monday.

Police are asking for more information on a brown 2002 Saad 9-3SE and black 2016 Audi A5 convertible that were traveling near Route 202 in Litchfield around 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monday, they said in a news release. Both vehicles have Connecticut plates.

They’re searching for anyone “who may have been a witness to any erratic operation or interaction of two vehicles traveling eastbound,” the release said.

The release did not say what the connection is between the vehicles and the homicide.

Anyone with any information should contact Det. Lucas Tufano #427 at (860) 626-7922 or Lucas.Tufano@CT.gov.

The Monday shooting occurred around 4:40 p.m., outside the offices of Cramer & Anderson LLP, located at 46 West St.

Police responded to multiple calls about gunfire in the area.

Upon arrival, they found 33-year-old Matthew Bromley deceased with a gunshot wound to the head, police said.

They identified the “subject of the investigation” as Robert Fisher, a real estate lawyer, but no arrests have been made. It’s unclear what the relationship between Fisher and Bromley was.

The law firm released a statement earlier in the week saying that it “found no record of Mr. Bromley ever being a client of the firm, or being a listed adversarial party.”

The investigation remains ongoing.

Courant staff writer Christine Dempsey contributed to this report.

Jessika Harkay can be reached at jharkay@courant.com.