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Simpsonville Police Department investigating shooting incident

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Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD) Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD)
Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD) Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD)
Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD) Suspect(s) believed to be in a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Source: Simpsonville PD)
SIMPSONVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Investigators are searching for a vehicle and suspect(s) involved in a shooting incident.

Simpsonville police say that around 12:15 a.m. on July 9, multiple shots were fired from a suspect vehicle into another empty vehicle in the parking lot of the Activity and Senior Center at 310 W. Curtis Street. 

Officials say video surveillance from the scene of the incident identifies a 2000-2006 model Jeep Grand Cherokee as the suspect vehicle. Due to black and white surveillance video, the color of the vehicle isn't known, however the vehicle does appear to be dark in color.  Two stickers were observed on the rear windshield - a "Coexist" sticker on the top, center of the windshield and a white Clemson Tiger Paw on the lower driver's side.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Investigator Keith Morecraft of the Simpsonville Police Department at 864-962-0289 or by email at kmorecraft@simpsonvillepd.com.

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