PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Police are still hunting for the suspects concerned in a shooting that took position outside the house an condominium advanced in Prince William early Thursday morning.
At 12:39 a.m. on June 9, officers responded to the scene at the Linden Park Apartments in Triangle, positioned on the 18100 block of Kilmer Lane, to look into a report of a capturing-in-development. No accidents were documented in connection to the incident.
According to police, when legislation enforcement arrived at the scene, people instructed them that the persons firing the rounds ended up however in the spot. Officers and a canine group then searched the place, but have been unsuccessful in locating any suspects.
As an alternative, law enforcement found an uninjured 39-12 months-outdated male — later on identified as the target — at the scene. The sufferer informed the officers that he experienced woken up to the sound of gunfire and went exterior to the parking large amount, wherever he observed a group of people included in a actual physical altercation nearby. At 1 point, a member of the team briefly stopped battling and turned toward the victim, and an supplemental spherical of shots was fired. The target informed law enforcement he swiftly hid from the team and later on entered a close by developing though the group dispersed.
In accordance to a release from Prince William Law enforcement, when law enforcement launched an investigation into the incident, it was discovered that numerous gunshots had been fired right before a male in a white T-shirt was witnessed jogging absent and a dim-colored sedan was found driving away from the region at higher velocity. Police mentioned in the release that though browsing the space, officers situated two unoccupied motor vehicles that sustained problems reliable with being struck by projectiles. Officers also found shell casings in the parking large amount of the apartment intricate, police reported.
No additional suspect description has been offered at this time. Anybody who may possibly have data pertaining to this incident or any suspects included is requested to call Prince William Police at 703-792-6650, or Crime Stoppers at 703-792-7000.