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Philadelphia Suspects Shoots Multiple Rounds

Philadelphia Suspects Shoots Multiple Rounds. On Sunday January 13, 2019 at 1:03AM the occupants of a 2012-2015 white Toyota Corolla are captured on video surveillance firing multiple times at an unknown victim while in the 2XX block of East Armstrong Street. The footage shows four (4) suspects firing at the unknown victim.

One suspect chases the victim down the street on foot towards Baynton Street, firing the entire time. The offenders then fled in the Toyota towards Rubicam Street. The next morning numerous resident in the area called police reporting bullet holes in homes and vehicle.

No shooting victim was located and Northwest Detectives is also attempting to identify the individual that was being shot at. Suspect Description: Four males all armed with handguns. Males appear to be 20 years-of-age wearing dark colored clothing and blue jeans. Vehicle Description: Possibly a 2012-2015 white Toyota Corolla sedan.

 

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