Wyoming Police Need Your Help Finding A Suspect In Early Morning Shooting
The Wyoming Public Safety needs your help finding who’s behind an early Sunday morning shooting on the city’s south east side.
According to MLive, police say there were quite a few people outside, around the area of the shooting, but none of them were willing to help police; because of that, police have no description of a suspect or suspects.
Police told MLive more information on the shooting, in hopes of finding someone who will share what they know.
On Sunday, Jan. 22 at approximately 4:30 a.m., the Wyoming Department of Public Safety responded to a report of eight to 10 shots fired in the 3300 block of Roger B. Chaffee Memorial Blvd. SE. Officers checked the area and located several subjects outside a building in the 3300 block of Lousma Drive SE.
Police found a 37 year old shooting victim, who was also uncooperative with detectives. His family drove him to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Wyoming Public Safety is continuing their investigation and ask for anyone with any information that may help them identify a suspect to contact them at (616)530-7300 or reach out to Silent Observer at (616)774-2345.