The Buena Park Police Department released September 2 photos of the suspects and a vehicle believed to have been involved in the July 9 Knott’s Berry Farm drive-by shooting, as well as another similar style of Adams Way less than two weeks earlier. Shooting.
The department’s investigation has identified a male Hispanic, who was behind the shooting from his late teens to early twenties, with a shaved head and teardrop tattoos on his face, the department release said.
The photos show a man wearing a dark Detroit Tigers baseball cap, with a dark T-shirt with a large unidentified graphic on it.
In the pictures, two to three other people can be seen along with the main suspect. Although the Buena Park Police did not separate them in their description, they are still suspects.
Additionally, the vehicle is described as a black two-door sedan that resembles the Honda Accord, with two different types of chrome rims at the front and rear.
The lead man in the photographs is believed to have shot two teenage boys during a “drive-by” from a vehicle outside the area in front of Knott’s Berry Farm on July 9 at around 8:27 pm, an incident that sparked entertainment. The sound of gunfire caused park-goers to run in panic.
At least one teenager was shot multiple times, although it was not believed to be fatal, police said.
Police said that while investigating, they learned that the same vehicle was involved in another drive-by shooting in Buena Park less than two weeks earlier, where, on June 28, Buena Park Police responded to the 7700 block of Adams Way. Had given. Arriving, they determined that unidentified suspects fired several shots at a residential residence from the vehicle, although none were hit.
Now nearly two months later, the department has yet to locate the suspect or the vehicle involved, and it is unclear what the motive behind either of the shootings is as investigations into both incidents continue.
Anyone with information about a vehicle or any suspect involved in the shooting is asked to contact the Buena Park Police Department at its anonymous tip line at 714-562-3847.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times