BATTLEFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Police are in search of the one who opened fireplace at a home in Battlefield earlier than rushing away.
The photographs fired occurred Tuesday on south Honeysuckle Lane. Neighbors say they’re scared for his or her security.
Battlefield Police Chief Chris McPhail known as it a uncommon incident.
“There’s not been an incident like this whereas I’ve been right here about 4 and a half years, and that’s by no means occurred,” mentioned Chief McPhail.
Chief McPhail mentioned at 10:15 p.m. on September 20, a driver in a Dodge Charger drove down the 5500 block of South Honeysuckle with an individual inside firing a number of photographs right into a home.
“We imagine it was a focused incident on that home particularly. We’ve got no cause to imagine that most people is in any hazard,” mentioned Chief McPhail.
Neighbors say there have been by no means any points with the home. Neighbors counted 11 to 14 photographs, some hitting one other home. Chief McPhail mentioned nobody was injured.
“There are about 4 to 5 folks that had been in the home,” mentioned Chief McPhail.
One other neighbor says the photographs had been fired whereas taking part in video video games and needed to do a double tackle what they really heard. Chief McPhail mentioned this shock issue is similar for a lot of in Battlefield.
“It’s very shocking,” mentioned Chief McPhail. “It was a form of a shock to listen to, get that cellphone name. I’m not accustomed to these forms of issues taking place in Battlefield.”
Chief McPhail mentioned something helps in instances like these.
“When you’ve got data, irrespective of how small the element could be, please name and tell us what you might have,” mentioned Chief McPhail.
Police are nonetheless in search of the 2014 to 2016 Charger. Authorities are asking you to name 911 if you already know any data.
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