Police is currently looking for a man who angrily shot two children for throwing snowballs at a moving vehicle.
Narrating the circumstances that led to the shooting, Milwaukee police, said victims were playing with a group of children on Saturday evening before the shooting occurred.
They said the force responded to a shooting on the 6100 Block of West Birch St. Upon arrival officers found a 12 year old Milwaukee female suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
Minutes later Police said it found a 13-year-old Milwaukee male also suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
“Officers immediately applied first aide to both victims. Both are being treated at a local hospital. Preliminary investigation indicates both victims were with a group of juveniles throwing snowballs at cars passing by.
“One of the snowballs struck a white Toyota, no further description, and the driver of the auto fired shots into the group of kids striking the two victims.
“The Milwaukee Police are requesting assistance with any information regarding this incident. Any information, please call the Milwaukee Police Department at 414-935-7360, or call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIP.
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