REPORT: Serial Shooter Is Randomly Firing At Cars In California

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Grace Carr Reporter
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California police announced Thursday they are investigating a series of recent random shootings that have occurred across multiple state counties, urging residents to report any suspicious activity and to remain safe and vigilant.

‘”Get to a place of safety and report it as soon as possible,” Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims said during a news conference Thursday, helping residents to understand how to best react to the 10 seemingly random shootings that have occurred between Nov. 27 and Dec. 7 in Fresno and Madera counties, according to the Fresno Bee.

“If this keeps going, we are going to have a murder investigation,” Mims said. Madera County Sheriff Jay Varney and California Highway Patrol Capt. Eric Johnson also explained at the conference that the counties’ police have committed significant task forces to the investigation, but their efforts have been hampered slightly because some residents haven’t reported the shootings for days.

Only one woman has been harmed in the shootings, suffering shrapnel injuries resulting from shattered glass. There is also a $3,000 reward for anyone who provides police with information leading to an arrest.

“To the suspect of these cowardly acts: We are all working together to find you,” Mims finished. (RELATED: TRUMP: ‘What The Hell Is Going On In Chicago?’)



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