Monday, May 06, 2013

Call Bristol Virginia Police With Information About BB Shooter
Bristol, Virginia Police are investigating several shooting incidents from the past 3 days. Reports of people being shot with "Airsoft" BB's or pellets while walking or driving around. One male was shot while standing on the sidewalk at the 1300 block of Euclid Avenue then two people were shot with the BB's while they were traveling in a vehicle in the 1000 block of Old Airport Road. The suspectís vehicle was described in both incidents as a red SUV. The shooter appeared to be a white male with brown hair possibly in his mid 20's. A third incident was also reported on Massachusetts Avenue where two children were shot with the same type of weapon. All Victims received minor injuries but this one saw a green SUV. Then a fourth incident reported a red SUV in the 1300 block of New Hampshire Avenue where two children were shot while playing in the yard. Another report came from the 1600 block of McKinley Avenue where a male victim was shot while he was mowing a yard but claims a gray or silver pickup truck with two males one with a white shirt and the other was shirtless. Call the Bristol, Virginia Police Department if you have more detailed information about the vehicle. (BG)

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